Watch this female UFC champ slam a trash talking interviewer
Being a martial arts enthusiast, I came across this interesting news bit about a female MMA fighter slamming a guy to the ground after he talked smack to her.
YouTube host Aaron Tru basically said to UFC fighter Ronda Rousey’s face that as a woman, she probably didn’t have what it took to beat him. Naturally, she took him to school by putting him flat on his back in one smooth motion.
The stunned interviewer tried to shake it off, but Tru’s pained expression made it clear he wasn’t getting up any time soon.
My friends and I had a good chuckle over the clip. After all, the dude was asking for it, so he knew he had it coming.
But after I got that out of my system, the wheels in my head started turning.
Personally, I think it’s unhealthy to have a “men versus women” attitude when it comes to relationships.
So I wondered if some people might see this video from that perspective.
It turns out that the clip was actually part of a four-minute interview that built up to the epic, rib-shattering moment. Rousey knew Tru was just poking a little harmless fun at her, and she obliged him.
So in my opinion, it was nothing more than a couple of friends busting each other’s chops.
But then, I remembered some of my female clients who used to define their relationships in a “battle of the sexes” kind of way. I helped them unlearn the belief that they need to be “as tough as a guy” in order for men to take them seriously.
Eventually, they stopped being ultra-competitive and hyper-focused on “wearing the pants” or being “always in charge.”
Sorry to say, but having that attitude won’t spark the flames of attraction in a guy.
When it comes to a romantic relationship, he wants someone who compliments his masculinity – as opposed to overpowering it.
Ok, you probably want to slam me to the ground right about now, but let me explain myself. I’m not saying that it’s wrong to be a badass – but it can be a problem if you’re trying to outdo guys just for the sake of it.
Being confident means letting go of the need to constantly prove to others that you’re on equal footing with them – regardless of your gender.
If you’ve got your eye on someone, don’t worry about trying to impress him too much. If he’s a quality man, he’ll RESPECT you for your strong, independent qualities without asking him to.
But flipping the attraction switches in his head? That’s a whole different sport.
To win the battle for his heart, you’ll need to cultivate a well-rounded personality.
And that means working on your other traits, specifically the FEMININE ones.
So if you’re predisposed to kicking massive amounts of butt in general, knock yourself out. But remember to even it out with your softer side in order to captivate your man.
In fact, there’s nothing more effective than showing a guy your tough side first, then revealing the vulnerable “you” AFTER he’s earned the privilege.
Trust me, it’s the most lethal move you could pull on a guy – he’ll fall for you like a sack of potatoes.
If you need a little help achieving that ideal balance, check out my powerful online course called Irresistible Desire.
It’s the best tool to fine-tune your approach with men and effortlessly have them chasing after you.
Yours In Perfect Passion…
– Carlos Cavallo