Ronda Rousey is now ready to come back to the ring for the first time since November last year. Apparently, Rousey made it clear that the only thing she wants is to get back on top. As for the Ronda Rousey record news, read on below.
Ronda Rousey Record: Beijing Olympics, 2008
Rousey was only 21-years-old ?when she acquired her first Olympic medal in judo.
MMA Debut, August 2010
Rousey won her amateur MMA debut when she fought against Hayden Munoz. Back in the said time, a YouTube user shared a video of her fight accompanied with a caption saying, ?Do not blink and make sure to follow this girl? and ?She?s for real?
Professional Debut, March 2011
Rousey was able to make her professional MMA debut during King of the Cage: Turning Point. As shown in the video below, Rousey was able to win against Ediane Gomes using her armbar.
Assault, February 2012
Apparently, there was an incident where Rousey assaulted her ex-boyfriend. The incident started upon learning that she was photographed by her ex-boyfriend while she was naked. As a result, Rousey slapped her ex?s face.
According to Rousey herself, her slap was so hard that her hand hurt. Furthermore, she continuously assaulted him after he tried to drive away.
Fight Against Miesha Tate, March 2012
Tate and Rousey exchanged insults for months and eventually resulted in an intense rivalry. Their hate towards each other appears to have come to an end when Rousey secured a second armbar. As a result, Rousey was crowned as the new bantamweight champion.
UFC Debut Fight Against Tate, February 2013
Given her internet fame, Rousey was chosen for the first UFC fight for females. And once again, Rousey was able to beat Liz Carmouche thanks to her trusty armbar.
Fight Against Tate Round 2, December 2013
Once again, Rousey was able to defend her bantamweight title thanks to her armbar. As a matter of fact, Rousey?s second fight against Tate is also her eighth armbar victory.
Bantamweight Lost to Holly Holm, November 2015
Rousey suffered her first loss in her whole career with a knockout from Holly Holm at UFC 103.
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