Ronda Rousey files trademark for expletive filled catchphrase

Ronda Rousey is adding to her growing media empire with a very unique trademark that was filed in her name this week.

Rousey has already filed trademarks for several phrases including the words "Rowdy Ronda Rousey" and her catchphrase "do nothing b–ch" that eventually became the title of an upcoming movie the former UFC champion is doing with comedian Tina Fey.

Now Rousey has filed for a trademark for the initials FTA — which stands for f–k them all — according to Darren Rovell, who revealed the news on Twitter.

It appears Rousey is doing her best to brush off the criticism she received following her second round knockout loss to Holly Holm last November with a strong statement pointed at her haters.

Rousey just revealed during an appearance on "The Ellen Show" on Tuesday that in the moments following her loss to Holm that she actually contemplated suicide while wondering what should be people to people if she was no longer the most dominant fighter in the world.

It seems with her new trademark that Rousey is ready to revolt against anybody who has a bad word to say as she ignores the naysayers and gets ready to reclaim her throne as top women’s fighter in the world later this year.

Whether or not she’ll make a movie with Tina Fey about this phrase remains to be seen.