Ronda Rousey has endured a tough couple of weeks, and that rough patch now includes having her home tagged with graffiti.
Ronda Rousey’s social media silence is over.
We haven’t heard much from Rousey since her defeat to Amanda Nunes during UFC 207. Other than a prepared statement, she’s been quiet.
Amanda Nunes can safely say she is a better fighter than Ronda Rousey after she knocked Rousey out in less than 50 seconds last week, but that is not stopping the UFC women’s bantamweight champ
After Holly Holm handed her the first loss of her career, Ronda Rousey credited her boyfriend, fellow MMA fighter Travis Browne, for getting her through a very dark time in her life.
There are a lot of questions about Ronda Rousey’s future. Not even the fighter knows what she will do yet, as she said in a statement that she needs time to contemplate matters.
Ronda Rousey issued her first public statement since her UFC 207 loss on Saturday, thanking her fans for their support and saying she needs time to consider her future.
UFC chief Dana White is a lot more optimistic about Ronda Rousey’s UFC future than many of the sport’s fans are.
Watching Ronda Rousey lose to Amanda Nunes in 48 seconds was difficult for any of the former champion’s fans, but it was even harder for her trainer, Edmond Tarverdyan.