"How could people possibly know who you are from a couple of clips of a video that people are seeing out of context?" Rousey asked. "That's no way for people to get to know you, so I'm just preparing for people to get the worst idea of who I am."
Rousey thinks her appearance on the show helped push the women's bantamweight division in a positive direction, but she would never do it again.
"I think it was very good for the women's division, and I think it definitely needed to happen, but you couldn't pay me $10 million to do it again," Rousey said.
"The Ultimate Fighter 18" premieres Sept. 4, with Rousey coaching opposite Miesha Tate.
"As you get caught up in the moment, you do things, then reflect and think back on it like, 'Jesus, this is going to be on TV in front of the whole world.' It starts to freak you out," Rousey said.
Rousey (7-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) and Tate (13-4 MMA, 0-1 UFC), who fought once under the Strikeforce banner, will meet again in December at UFC 168.
"These two aren't best friends," White said of Tate and Rousey. "They don't hang out on weekends. They don't send each other birthday cards or Christmas presents."
Rousey is currently in Bulgaria filming for the action film "The Expendables 3," and she's rumored for a part in "Fast & Furious 7" as well.