We previously reported on the real-life hero, Gina Carano, a multi-year MMA champion fighter-turned-actress who stood up to the CCP-lapdogs that have infected property at Disney. The MMA is loaded with pro-America constitutional patriots like Carano and Billy Covington, another MMA champion who actually received a call from President Trump after a big win.
Now, another hero has emerged from the MMA fighting scene. Her name is Rose Namajunas. She is a former straw-weight champion who has Lithuanian heritage and she knows the beauty of America and its constitution as well as the despotic brutality of Marxism sold by the likes of Antifa, BLM, and China, today.
Rose recently made a comment about an upcoming fight with a Chinese champion, Zhang Weili. In it, she stated that she is going into the fight with a die-hard mentality of “Better Red Than Dead.” She goes in representing American-style freedom and values as well as what she calls a “Christ Consciousness” and her family’s “Lithuanian blood.” Her family faced the reality of struggles with Communism.
Rose stated “If you’re confused about any of my opinions, you can watch the documentary and you could get a good idea as to what my family had to go through, the reason I’m in the United States today, the reason that I do mixed martial arts, all of that stuff. I’d probably have a really different life if it wasn’t for everything in that documentary, how Lithuanians had to struggle with communism oppression.”
In a further clarification of her statements about her ‘red’ opponents, Rose offered this: “They’re just the person standing in the way of my dream,” she said.
And when the cancel mob inevitably came after her for her anti-Communist comments, she didn’t back down. In fact, she reaffirmed her statements and appears more energized to represent America in her April 24th bout than ever. If only any other sport had s fighters with such integrity and courage.
“Namajunas’ family is from Lithuania, and she said she has drawn inspiration from the documentary, “The Other Dream Team.” The film focuses on the 1992 Lithuanian men’s national basketball team, which entered the Barcelona Olympics as an independent country after the fall of the Soviet Union.
Namajunas recently told a Lithuanian outlet that the movie is a reminder that “it’s better dead than red,” an anti-communist expression coined during the Cold War. She also said Zhang is “red” and that freedom is a “huge motivating factor” for why she fights.
“I have a lot to fight for in this fight,” Namajunas explained. “And what she (Weili) represents, you know, I was just, I was just trying to remind myself of all the — my background and everywhere that I come from and my family and everything like that.”
“And I kind of wanted to educate my training partner Chico Camus on the Lithuanian struggle and just the history of it all,” the fighter continued. “So we watched ‘The Other Dream Team’ just to get like an overall sentiment of what we fight for. And so, just after watching that it’s just a huge reminder of yeah: better dead than red, you know. And I think, I don’t think it’s any coincidence that Weili is red, you know … that’s what she represents.””
Numajunas also has made it clear multiple times that her statements are not personal against her opponent, to whom she has no animosity. In fact, they actually share the same manager.
— Borrachinha Depot (@FullContactMTWF) April 11, 2021
Rose Namajunas stands by her comments that opposition to communism is a motivating factor in her fight against champion Zhang Weili at UFC 261.
Zhang, who has not been known to publicly express her political beliefs, is UFC’s first and only champion from China. pic.twitter.com/M44ZdHYytd
— ESPN MMA (@espnmma) April 14, 2021