MMA star Ronda Rousey is reportedly negotiating a supporting role in the upcoming action thriller, "Fast and Furious 7."
The 26-year-old bantamweight champion, who has already signed on to play a role in "Expendables 3," told FOX 8 she doesn't anticipate that she'll have any trouble juggling her fighting and acting careers.
"If I was going to have three jobs and train at the same time, then I can have one other job and train at the same time," Rousey said. "Kind of like a different location, it's going to be kind of difficult. I can multi-task, I do it all the time."
According to Variety, Rousey plans to record scenes for both movies back to back and will continue to train part-time while she does so. She will later begin a full training camp for her Dec. 28 title defense against Miesha Tate during UFC 168 in Las Vegas.
If the "Fast and Furious" deal closes, Rousey would be the first major role cast for the film. Though no major plot points have been revealed about the seventh installment of the franchise, it's known that Neal H. Moritz and Vin Diesel will return as producers and that the film will take place in Los Angeles.