UFC Superstar Ronda Rousey made an impromptu trip the standing rock reservations in an act of solidarity with the Protesters who have been fighting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline for months.
Rousey took this trip only a few weeks after she was badly beaten by Amanda Nunes.
It says quite a bit about Rousey, she easily could be on a beach somewhere counting her millions, and feeling sorry for herself.
Rousey has clearly moved forward with her life, and made time for a good cause while she was at it.
Serious time, the Standing Rock reservation is roughly a 1200 mile drive from Las Vegas.
According to TMZ, Rousey really came through for the demonstrators, and the coolest part of all.
She didn’t want publicity for her efforts.
The UFC star teamed up with fellow Olympic judo athlete Pauline Macias and went to the protest site in North Dakota to deliver supplies.
We’re told Ronda’s group brought fresh fruit, veggies, bread, tents and wood-burning stoves.
One source says Ronda didn’t want recognition and tried to stay under the radar.
Rousey should be commended, it speaks volumes about her character that she was willing to take time out of recovery to land a helping hand.
Glad to see that @RondaRousey lost her championship fight last night. Was soundly beaten – not a nice person!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 16, 2015
The news comes a day after President Elect Trump signed an executive order to continue construction of the Pipeline.