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Chris Jericho says Ronda Rousey is more powerful than Hillary Clinton

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2 Point Lead: Chris Jericho in the House


Though WWE legend Chris Jericho is a well-known fan of Ronda Rousey, his latest comments about the UFC women's bantamweight champion will likely cause a stir -- even in the political world.

While hanging out with '2 Point Lead' host Yannis Pappas, the current WWE Tough Enough host let 'er rip and defended his stance that says Rousey is more powerful than Hillary Clinton.

"Ronda Rousey, I think everybody in the country knows who she is and appreciates what she does. She kicks ass, she's a pretty girl, she's a good actress," he said in the interview. "Everything that the women's movement or the empowerment of women, she's the poster girl. Everybody likes her.

"So, Hillary Clinton, 30 percent of the country is voting, 15 percent like her, 15 percent hate her. And the country we're in, 98 percent of people know who Ronda Rousey is and they like her. So, she's more powerful."

Jericho also discussed his father's hockey career, what it was like being a villain and his altercation with Bob Barker.

What do you think about his bold statement? Tweet us at @AOLSports.

Check out Part 2 of the interview:

2 Point Lead: Chris Jericho in the House - Part 2


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