Before you next see Ronda Rousey in the UFC octagon later this month, there's this: a spot in the 2015 installment of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit issue.
Rousey, the UFC women's bantamweight champion, is no stranger to high-profile moments. She was one half of the first women's MMA fight in the UFC, which headlined a pay-per-view card in February 2013. She once landed on the cover of ESPN Magazine's Body issue, appearing nude with her unmentionables strategically covered. She's done plenty of magazine shoots and has her face on billboards around Manhattan as part of her endorsement deal with Buffalo jeans.
Oh, and she was an Olympic bronze medalist in 2008 -- the first American woman to medal in judo.
She also happens to be the biggest star in the UFC and is undefeated as a mixed martial artist. Only one of her 10 fights has lasted more than one round.
Rousey (10-0, 4-0 UFC) makes her fifth title defense on Feb. 28 at UFC 184 in Los Angeles against Cat Zingano (9-0, 2-0). Zingano last fought on Sept. 27, 2014, and beat Amanda Nunes by third-round TKO. Rousey hasn't fought since last July. She needed all of 16 seconds to beat Alexis Davis by TKO.