Ronda Rousey
Full Name   Ronda Jean Rousey
Nationality   American
Height   5 ft 7 in (170 cm) 
Born   February 1, 1987 
Relation(s)   Travis Browne (Spouse)


Ronda Jean Rousey is an American mixed martial artist, judoka and actress. She is currently signed to WWE on their Raw brand. She was born on February 1, 1987, in Riverside County, California. She is the first UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion, as well as the last Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight Champion. Ronda had an unbelievable undefeated streak winning nine of her eleven fights by armbar. She finally suffered her first defeat at the hands of Holly Holm. at the Summer Olympics, 2008, Rousey became the first U.S. woman to win an Olympic medal in Judo.

Rousey received her training from Gokor Chivichyan of the Hayastan MMA Academy, and Edmond Tarverdyan of the Glendale Fighting Club. Before which she used to train at the Olympic Training Center in Wakefield, Massachusetts. At the Olympic Training Center her coach was Jimmy Pedro. Rousey has also trained alongside the likes of Romanian Leo Frîncu and Gene Lebell, and with Team Hayastan fighters such as Manny Gamburyan, Karen Darabedyan, Karo Parisyan and Sako Chivitchian. At the beginning stages of career in mixed martial arts, she was managed by Darin Harvey of Fight Tribe MMA. In July 2012, Rousey officially enlisted former undefeated boxing and kickboxing champion Lucia Rijker as her striking coach.

Professional Career

Ronda Rousery become the first female fighter to sign with the UFC in November 2012. UFC President Dana White himself officially announced Rousey to be the first UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion. Ronda had a record-setting championship reign as the UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion.
She was unbeaten till she subsequently lost to Holly Holmes.

Ronda Rousey

WWE Debut

Ronda’s WWE debut was as dramatic as it gets. It was WrestleMania 31, in March 2015. And a classic in-ring argument was in progress between The Rock and the Authority, which at that moment comprised just of Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. It was then that McMahon lost her temper and slapped the Rock ordering him to leave "her ring". This was enough in itself to get The Rock all riled up, but Stephenie didn’t stop at that she instead went on to taunt the People’s Champion, that he wouldn’t dare to hit a woman.The Rock left the ring momentarily, paused and walked over to Rousey who was seated in the front row. And before we knew it we saw The Rock helping Ronda into the ring, Ronda obliging to The Rock’s request and BAM!! Ronda Rousey had tossed a stumbling Triple H out of the ring after which she even threw McMahon out of the ring.

Major Feuds

Rousey made a surprise comeback to the WWE stage at Royal Rumble on January 28, 2018. She confronted the then Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss, SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair, and Asuka, who had just won the inaugural women's Royal Rumble match.

Her altercations with Stephanie MacMahon and Triple H continued as one might have expected. She even faced Stephanie and Triple H in a mixed tag team match where she had teamed up with Kurt angle on WrestleMania 34. Rousey won the match by making McMahon submit with her trademark armbar submission hold.

She then had a Championship match against the then champion Nia Jax, which she won by disqualification after an interference by Alexa Bliss. Rousey then had her first feud as part of WWE with Alexa Bliss over the title. She ultimately came out on the top. Her subsequent feuds with Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch ended her 232 days Championship reign as Becky Lynch was able to grab both SmackDown as well as Raw Women's Championship.

Net Worth

The first ever Bantamweight UFC Champion, Ronda Rousey’s net worth is expected to be $12 million as of today. She is one of the richest MMA wrestlers in the day.

Ronda Rousey

Championships and Accomplishments


International Judo Federation
2008 World Cup Senior Gold Medalist
2008 Belgian Ladies Open Senior Bronze Medalist
2007 Jigoro Kano Cup Senior Silver Medalist
2007 Finnish Open Senior Gold Medalist
2007 World Judo Championships Senior Silver Medalist
2007 German Open Senior Bronze Medalist
2007 Pan American Games Senior Gold Medalist
2007 Pan American Championships Senior Bronze Medalist
2007 World Cup Senior Gold Medalist
2007 British Open Senior Gold Medalist
2006 Finnish Open Senior Bronze Medalist
2006 Swedish Open Senior Gold Medalist
2006 World Judo Championships Junior Bronze Medalist
2006 Rendez-Vous Senior Gold Medalist
2006 Pan American Championships Senior Silver Medalist
2006 World Cup Senior Gold Medalist
2006 Belgian Ladies Open Senior Gold Medalist
2005 Ontario Open Senior Gold Medalist
2005 Rendez-Vous Senior Gold Medalist
2005 Pan American Championships Senior Gold Medalist
2004 Ontario Open Senior Gold Medalist
2004 Ontario Open Junior Gold Medalist
2004 World Judo Championships Junior Gold Medalist
2004 Rendez-Vous Senior Bronze Medalist
2004 Pan American Championships Senior Gold Medalist
2003 Rendez-Vous Senior Gold Medalist
2001 Coupe Canada Senior Cup Gold Medalist

Summer Olympic Game

2008 Summer Olympics Senior Bronze Medalist

USA Judo

USA Senior National Championship (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010)
USA Senior Olympic Team Trials Winner (2004, 2008)
2007 US Open Senior Gold Medalist
2006 US Open Senior Gold Medalist
2006 USA Fall Classic Senior Gold Medalist
2006 US Open Junior Gold Medalist
2005 US Open Senior Gold Medalist
2005 US Open Junior Silver Medalist
2004 US Open Senior Bronze Medalist
2003 US Open Senior Silver Medalist
2003 USA Fall Classic Senior Gold Medalist
2002 US Open Junior Gold Medalist

Other accomplishments

International Sports Hall of Fame (Class of 2018)

Mixed martial arts

Ultimate Fighting Championship

UFC Hall of Fame (first female inductee)
UFC Women's Bantamweight Championship (one time; inaugural)
Six successful title defenses
Fight of the Night (two times) vs. Miesha Tate and Holly Holm
Submission of the Night (one time) vs. Miesha Tate
Performance of the Night (four times) vs. Cat Zingano, Sara McMann, Alexis Davis, and Bethe Correia
First female UFC Champion
First Olympic medalist to win a UFC championship
Fastest women's title fight victory in UFC history (fourteen seconds; vs Cat Zingano)
Longest title fight finish streak in UFC history (6)
Most armbar finishes in UFC/WEC/Pride/Strikeforce history (9)
Most consecutive armbar finishes in UFC/WEC/Pride/Strikeforce history (8)
Most finishes in the UFC Women's Bantamweight division (6)[231]
Most post-fight bonuses amongst women's UFC fighters (6)
Most title defenses by a woman in UFC history (6)
Won the first ever women's fight in UFC history


Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight Championship (one time; last)
One successful title defense
2x Female Submission of the Year (2011, 2012)


2x Best Female Athlete ESPY Award (2014, 2015)
Best Fighter ESPY Award (2015)
First Mixed Martial Artist to win an ESPY Award
Submission of the Year (2012, vs. Miesha Tate on March 3)

2015 February Submission of the Month vs. Cat Zingano
2015 August Knockout of the Month vs. Bethe Correia

World MMA Awards

3x Female Fighter of the Year (2012, 2013, 2014)
2015 Submission of the Year vs. Cat Zingano
Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards
2x Best Box Office Draw (2014, 2015)
2x Mixed Martial Arts Most Valuable (2014, 2015)
Most Outstanding Fighter of the Year (2014)

Professional wrestling

CBS Sports
Rookie of the Year (2018)

Pro Wrestling Illustrated

Ranked No. 1 of the top 100 female singles wrestlers in the PWI Female 100 in 2018 ,Rookie of the Year (2018)

Sports Illustrated

Ranked No. 4 of the top 10 female wrestlers in 2018

Wrestling Observer Newsletter

Rookie of the Year (2018)


WWE Raw Women's Championship (1 time)
Slammy Award for "This is Awesome" Moment of the Year (2015) – with The Rock
WWE Year–End Award for Best Diss of the Year (2018)


"The Baddest Woman on the Planet"

Theme Music

"Bad Reputation" by Joan Jett

Signature Moves

Diving Crossbody
Guillotine Choke
Gutwrench Powerbomb
Judo Throws
Step-Up Jumping Knee
Swinging Neckbreaker
Thunderfire Powerbomb

Finishing Moves

Armbar (Straight Armbar variations)
Reverse Kata-Guruma/Piper's Pit (Spinning Samoan Drop)

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