Rhonda Rousey Stereotypes

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Stereotype is the significant factor that is a barrier for women going into the wrestling profession. The society diminishes the women’s confident by constantly doubting them. Many well know women wrestlers had been through this such as Ronda Rousey and Lisa Whitsett. Today, we know Rousey as an undefeatable wrestler, but before her fame she was a troubled child who had lost her father at a young age and was homeless while working as a bartender in downtown Los Angles. She had eventually joined Glendale Fighting Club to begin her career as a wrestler where she no boys had talked to her because she didn’t belong there. This is was the similar issue that Whitsitt had faced as well. When Whitsett stepped into the gym she wasn’t taken seriously
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