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She's been vocal about its meaning and there's swag emblazoned with the feminist catchphrase, and now, UFC female bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is filing to trademark "Do Nothing B*tch" and it's acronym, "DNB." The undefeated fighter got everyone talking when she revealed her mantra on an episode of UFC Embedded.

"There's not a single muscle on my body that isn't for a purpose, because I'm not a Do Nothing B*tch." – Ronda Rousey

The 28-year-old's empowering message has garnered tons of attention on social media from fans and fellow feminists across the globe. Roussey even teamed up with Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services — a California-based organization that works with women with body image issues and provides mental health services — to donate a portion of the sales from the merchandise sold.

As if we needed another reason to cheer her on, Rousey announced that she will be taking on Holly Holm, the second most decorated striker in MMA (aka serious competition), on January 2nd. But being the humble yet confident competitor she is, Rousey told Good Morning America that she doesn't expect this to be an easy or quick match, but she can, "take on anybody." 

Let's just remember that this is the same woman who is 12–0 and obliterated her last match in just 34 seconds. 'Nuff said.