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.
What a difference a year makes.
Just 14 months ago, Ronda Rousey was widely considered an inspiring figure for women and beloved athlete in sports.
Amanda Nunes knew she was going to beat the crap out of Ronda Rousey, and she did just that.
UFC fighters have long complained about not receiving a large enough piece of the pie in the business, but Ronda Rousey certainly is getting paid for her UFC 207 fight on Friday night.
The chatter over Ronda Rousey’s behavior at a UFC 205 staredown still has not stopped.
Rousey is set to face Amanda Nunes on Dec. 30 for her first fight in over a year.
Ronda Rousey is looking to reclaim her UFC bantamweight championship belt when she fights Amanda Nunes in December, and it would not be a surprise if Rousey retires after the bout one way or another.