A porn parody of UFC fighter Ronda Rousey is coming soon

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The only surprising thing about this parody is that it took this long for somebody to think of it.

As per usual, Ronda Rousey stepped into a UFC cage on Saturday and dominated an opponent, defeating Bethe Correia just a few days after Rousey declared that she wasn’t a “do-nothing bitch” and proclaimed that she loves her body.

At least one porn company believes that people also will love the body of an actress who’s pretending to be Rousey on film. Because there’s now a Rousey porn parody coming soon to a screen near you.

That’s evidenced by the Instagram account of Kleio Valentien, in which she reveals that she’s playing Rousey in Ronda ArouseMe: Grounded and Pounded.

Along with Valentien is Sammie Sixx, who’s playing Miesha Taint, an obvious takeoff on UFC fighter Miesha Tate—who actually appears in line to get a third chance to beat Rousey.

As film director Joanna Angel explains in the interview below, she became a Rousey fan after she first watched her fight. And Angel has helped create some new moves for the film.

“We changed the ‘armbar’ to a ‘dickbar,'” Angel told TMZ Sports. “One of the guys in the film, Ronda’s trainer, his name is Derek Pierce and he knows a lot about fighting. Derek choreographed a bunch of fight moves and used a lot of Ronda’s moves and incorporated that into the movie. And all the fight moves led into sex scenes. …But Miesha Taint had a special right cross c**t punch. We had a lot of fun with it. Kleio Valentien, she looks so beautiful and really does have a lot of similarities as Ronda.”

It appears Valentien also happens to be a fan of Rousey. Either that, or she knows a Rousey loss might not be great for business.

No word yet on how Rousey or Tate feel about the upcoming parody.

H/T BroBible | Screengrab via UFC/YouTube

Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz is a staff writer at the Daily Dot specializing in YouTube and boxing. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times. A longtime sports writer, he's covered the NFL for CBSSports.com and boxing for Forbes. His work has been noted twice in the Best American Sports Writing book series.