Former 'UFC Bantamweight Champion' Ronda Rousey & 'Chronicles Of Riddick' Star Vin Diesel Played 'World of Warcraft' Side By Side

By Yang Llaneza , Updated Dec 09, 2016 04:19 PM EST
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Almost everyone knows that UFC star Ronda Rousey and "XXX" star Vin Diesel are hard-core gamers. But, recently, these superstars played the famous "World of Warcraft " game together.

On December 8, the former UFC Bantamweight Champion Rousey appeared on "Conan." She talked about how she and "Furious 7" actor Vin Diesel unwinds after shooting the film. She further narrated that both of them likes to play Blizzard's MMO, "World of Warcraft."

Rousey told Conan that every night after filming they would go to Vin's place, set up computers on other sides of the room and play. She recalled that Vin recommended that she play as a blood elf Rogue while he played as a Druid. She further said that she liked the blood elf Rogue character a lot. Rousey also shared about how she likes to play "World of Warcraft" because she can have genuine communications with people in the game.

Rowdy Rousey also discussed briefly her other video game habits. Gamespot quoted her in saying that she used to be a socially awkward kid. She added that she had been playing Pokemon for 19 years. Previously this year, Rousey said she wants to portray Samus Aran in a "Metroid" movie. Vin Diesel, on the other hand, played as the main character in the "Chronicles of Riddick" video game series.

Meanwhile, Rousey confirmed that her UFC 207 matchup on December 30 against Amanda Nunes is absolutely one of her last stints. The former "UFC Bantamweight Champion" did not offer any details on what she will do upon retirement but said she is doing a lot of knitting to prepare for the end of the world. Rousey has a perfect 12-0 record before being defeated by Holly Holm in November 2015. She and Conor McGregor graced the cover of EA Sports UFC 2, and both having lost their recent bouts after being named the cover stars.

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