“Rowdy” Ronda Rousey just locked down arguably the largest role of her ever-blossoming movie career.
According to Variety, the UFC women’s bantamweight champ is slated to star in MGM’s reboot of “Road House,” taking over Patrick Swayze’s role as a cool-headed bouncer/sex-symbol tasked with cleaning up a Missouri town.
Originally released in 1989, “Road House” is far from a cinematic masterpiece. That being said, it’s a cult-classic that’s entertained America for close to three decades, and I for one …
… to see it.