Ronda Rousey Biography
Ronda Rousey also is an American professional wrestler, actress, author, mixed martial artist, and nd as well a judoka. She is currently signed with the WWE, performing on the Raw brand. Current she is the Raw Women’s Champion in her first reign. Her nickname, “Rowdy”, was inherited from late professional wrestler Roddy Piper.
Ronda Rousey Age
She was born in Riverside, California on 1st of February 1987, She is 31 years old as of 2018.
Round Rousey Weight
She weighs 135 lbs. Before one of her greatest fights, the mixed martial arts fighter took to Instagram to shed any doubt that she wasn’t prepared to fight.
She took two pictures that portrayed her body transformation by posting two pictures side by side. On her 2015 February fight against Cat Zingano at UFC 184 and the other one taken within the last few days right before her comeback fight against Nune
Ronda Rousey Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches, She stands taller than the average North American woman stands at is 5 feet 4 inches. but that does not mean she can not be having an extra height when she’s on the red carpet
Ronda Rousey Familly
Ronda was born to her Her mother AnnMaria De Mars was an accomplished judoka who was the first American citizen, to win a World Judo Championship and Her father Ron Rousey was a soldier. She is as well the youngest of three daughters of in her family.
At the age of 8, her family got struck when her father who got injured in a sledding accident was said that he would be a paraplegic. Her father for not being able to bear the burden of his disability, he committed suicide. Her father’s death and this incident affected her profoundly. Her mother later on remarried an aerospace engineer.
Ronda Rousey Husband
Ronda started dating Timothy DiGorrio in 2012, that two were the martial artist, in LA, California. They had time together for a year before breaking up in 2013. She is also linked with being in a relationship with the retired mixed martial artist, Brendan Schaub from 2013 to 2014.
She was rumored to be in a relationship with UFC fighter Travis Browne in August 2015, Rousey and Browne announced their engagement on April 20, 2017. Browne proposed to Rousey under a waterfall in New Zealand. The couple got married on 28th of August 2017, in Browne’s home state of Hawai.
Ronda Rousey Children
She is said to be having has two stepsons Keawe and Kaleo by way of her husband Travis Browne.
Ronda Rousey Education
At the age of 3, her mother and father moved from Riverside, California, to Jamestown, North Dakota, to obtain intensive speech therapy with specialists at Minot State University. She dropped out of high school and got her GED.
Rouse Rousey Career
Rousey started off her carer in judo at the age of 11. She did training with her mother until when she got the accidentally breaking her mother’s wrist. She qualified for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens at the age of 17 and becoming the youngest judoka in the entire Games, she lost a silver medal Claudia Hill in the 63 kg bracket. Also in 2004,
She claimed the gold at the Birmingham World Cup in Great Britain and as well defended her Pan American Judo Championship title in 2006. The same year, she won a bronze medal at the Junior World Championships, making her the first U.S. athlete ever to win two Junior World medals.
In 2007 she ranked among the top three women in the world in the 70 kg category, She as well grabbed the gold medal at the 2007 Pan American Games. She also won the silver medal at the World Judo Championships in the middleweight division the same year.
She later took part in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, where she lost the quarterfinal to Dutch Edith Bosch, but eventually but earning a Bronze medal after she qualified for another match through the repechage bracket. Her victory made her the first American to win an Olympic medal in women’s judo since its inception as an Olympic sport in 1992.
Just after the 2008 Olympics, she quit from Judo. She then began working as a bartender after quitting from Judo. She later joined the Glendale Fighting Club and made her amateur debut in mixed martial arts in August 2010 and she became victorious after defeating Hayden Munoz in 23 seconds.
She had several other amateur victories over the next several months and her records had a perfect 3-0 record in amateur MMA competition. She on to make her professional mixed martial arts debut in March 2011 at King of the Cage. She came back defeating Ediane Gomes with an armbar in 25 seconds. In August 2011 She made her Strikeforce debut against Sarah D’Alelio in Las Vegas, Nevada. She defeated D’Alelio by technical submission due to an armbar early in the first round.
She went on challenging Miesha Tate, Who was the Strikeforce Women’s Bantamweight Champion at the time, for her title. Their match was publicized as the because of the two were professional rivals. The fight of 3rd March 2012, in Columbus, Ohio. She as well won Tate by submission due to an armbar in the first round becoming the new Strikeforce Women’s Bantamweight Champion.
She went on defending her Strikeforce title when she won against Sarah Kaufman during the Strikeforce. Rousey vs. Kaufman in August 2012 in San Diego, California, and She submitted her with an armbar in 54 seconds to make her retaining her Strikeforce Women’s Bantamweight Championship.
In July 2014S she was later challenged for her title by Alexis Davis in the co-main event at UFC 175. Rousey went on to win the fight via knockout just 16 seconds into the first round. She as well also into television and films in the 2010s, is featured in movies such as ‘The Expendables 3’ of 2014, Fast and Furious 7’ of 2015, and The Entourage of 2015.
Round Rousey Awards
- MMA Women’s Bantamweight Champion
- Strikeforce Women’s Bantamweight Champion
- UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion
- World Judo Championship Junior Gold Medalist
- She won the bronze medal in women’s 70 kg tournament in judo at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
- She is the first and the current UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion, a title she holds since December 2012.
- she won three Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards—Best Box Office Draw, Most Outstanding Fighter, and MMA Most Valuable Fighter In 2014.
Ronda Rousey Next Ufc Fight
The former UFC women’s bantamweight champion said Tuesday on “The Ellen Show” that she would put a return to the Octagon on the same plane currently as a return trip to the Olympics. Rousey won the bronze medal in judo at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
“I don’t know,” Rousey told Ellen DeGeneres. “I think it’s just as likely as me going back to another Olympics for judo. No one demanded a written resignation from me for judo and I don’t really think the same thing is necessary for fighting. I’m just doing what I enjoy and WWE is what I enjoy right now.”
Rousey made her debut in WWE earlier this year and will have her first match with the pro-wrestling promotion at WrestleMania 34 on April 8 in New Orleans. She’ll team with fellow former Olympian, Kurt Angle, a former wrestling gold medalist, to take on Stephanie McMahon and her husband Triple H. WWE has been building the scripted storyline with the four on-air talents since January.
“It’s like a team,” Rousey said of the choreographed world of WWE. “I’ve never been on a team my whole life. I was a swimmer, that was alone. I did judo, that was alone. I was a fighter, that was alone. With WWE, it’s like a big team. Everybody is working together to try to make it as great as possible.”
Rousey, 31, has not fought since being knocked out in the first round by Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 in December 2016. It was her second straight knockout defeat after a run as the most dominant women’s MMA fighter ever.
UFC president Dana White said last November that he’d prefer not to see Rousey fight again.
“I wouldn’t want it to happen,” White said. “I care about her. She’s got enough money. She’s got enough money and all that stuff. I don’t want to see it happen.”
Rousey, for her part, seems to be very happy in pro wrestling. She’s a longtime fan of the entertainment medium. And “Rowdy,” said she’s not nearly as nervous going into WrestleMania 34 as she has been in her previous careers as a combat sports athlete.
“I’m nervous, but it’s not like Olympics nervous,” Rousey said. “The worst thing that’ll happen is I’ll look stupid, which is not the worst thing that could really happen. I can’t think of the last time I was so excited about anything. I’m really looking forward to it, you know what I mean?”
Ronda Rousey Movies
Episode: “In Words, Drown I”
Fighter in the Sky
The Expendables 3
Honoo-no Taiiku-kai TV
Ronda Rousey Fight Record
UFC 207: Nunes vs. Rousey
UFC 193: Rousey vs. Holm
UFC 190: Rousey vs. Correia
UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano
UFC 175: Weidman vs. Machida
UFC 170: Rousey vs. McMann
UFC 168: Weidman vs. Silva 2
UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche
Strikeforce: Rousey vs. Kaufman
Strikeforce – Tate vs. Rousey
Strikeforce: Challengers 20
Strikeforce: Challengers 18
HKFC: School of Hard Knocks 12
KOTC: Turning Point
Ronda Rousey-Natalya Raw Women’s Championship match
Ronda Rousey Tweeter
Ronda Rousey Instagram
FULL MATCH – Ronda Rousey vs. Nikki Bella – Raw Women’s Championship: WWE Evolution (WWE Network)
Ronda Rousey News|Ronda Rousey Latest News
Ronda Rousey seems to be enjoying her vacation from WWE, but she might be itching to get back into the ring. It is said that she has unfinished business and Triple H even alluded to this during a recent teleconference.
It looks like WWE could certainly have a place for the Baddest Woman On The Planet right now. After all, Becky Lynch keeps name dropping her in interviews so there’s got to be some unfinished business there.
One fan asked Brad Shepard about the matter and he responded that he was told she may be there and an emphasis should be put on the may. Because she can do whatever she pleases. After all, she’s Ronda Rousey.
We’ll have to wait and see when WWE might want to bring Ronda Rousey back if and when she’s ready. Summerslam seems like a great time to do something big to bring more momentum to a women’s division that has already started to lose momentum since WrestleMania ended with an all-female main event.