Ronda Rousey giving her take. (Thank you to Chris Van Vliet for the quotes)
Ronda Rousey is starring in the film 'Mile 22' alongside Mark Wahlberg. Ronda has been making the rounds on the media circuit to promote the film and most recently she and her fellow cast mates sat down with WSVN TV reporter Chris Van Vliet to discuss all things 'Mile 22' with some professional wrestling tied into the discussion.
Ronda Rousey's "suspension" from Monday Night RAW is over tomorrow night and she will be returning to the red-brand to address her opponent at SummerSlam Alexa Bliss. With only seven months under her belt under the WWE banner Ronda Rousey has picked up on things quickly as reiterated by her WWE colleagues. During the interview in the embedded video above among other topics being discussed, Ronda Rousey touched on the differences between performing in a film and performing in WWE.
"It's very different in that you only get one shot and everything is live. People aren't going to reset the shot for every single scene so you need to be very aware of where the cameras are at all times to make sure they're catching what's going on. If you're acting in a movie you're just going to do exactly what you need to do and you're just in with the character but with WWE you have to think about 'Ok, I have to take moment because this happened and I have to register on my face that this happened. I have to wait a few minutes because I'm facing this way and it's going to take them three seconds to come around this side and have this person cue me.' So it's being very aware of that and also memorizing dialogue very last minute because you show up and you don't know what's going on and they're like 'Here's two pages of dialogue. Don't screw it up, they're going to be a live audience actively trying to make you screw up. Go.'"
Ronda Rousey is not the only pro fighter returning to RAW tomorrow night as the current WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar will be in Miami to confront his SummerSlam opponent Roman Reigns.
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