"@EricHolden @__staceylynn__ @feliceherrig listen ppl, I ask those question that need to b answered.. I'll ask about the elephant n the room," Evinger tweeted.
Tough questions, indeed.
During Evinger's interview with Ould, she asked the MMA star to open up about why she lost one of her past boxing matches, and she was met with a surprisingly honest answer.
"I heard this story, when you started fighting, and you had this boxing match, something happened. You want to tell us about this boxing match?" Evinger asked Ould. "What happened during this boxing match? Why did you lose?"
Ould responded with shocking honesty.
"I s*** my pants," Ould said. "Literally s*** my pants. I was sick and it was like the day after weigh-ins. I remember I was at the mall getting something, probably the top I was going to wear for that fight. It was the first fight I've ever had any sort of sanctioned anything.
"I had never even really sparred before. I got suckered into this fight and I was dry heaving in the mall. It was after weigh-ins and everything. My kids had had the flu the week before and I knew it was bad. My ex-boyfriend said 'It's just nerves.' I said 'No I feel hot and flush and like coming out both ends type thing.'"
Ould says the situation turned ugly during the actual fight.
"During the match I was beating this girl up and then all of a sudden I literally had to leave and I told my corner 'Just tell them I'm on my period. I can't I can't. I can smell it.' It was horrible. And then the news people freakin' saw me a week later and were like 'you were doing so awesome but we knew that there were technical difficulties. We could read your lips.'
"He's like 'yeah I knew that you were saying I was s**tting my pants. So that was like just the beginning of the long list of tragedies that have happened in my fighting career."
Props to Ould for coming out about the situation, as her words can serve as a reminder to young fighters what to eat and not eat prior to a bout.
Additionally, there's no shame in calling out sick for a fight. No one wants to see a fighter suffer these kinds of accidents inside the cage.