Ronda Rousey To Be The First Female Hall Of Famer In UFC

Ronda Rousey has created quite a buzz in the WWE universe since his first appearance in January and eventual battle alongside Kurt Angle against the power-couple Triple H and Stephanie McMohan. However, it is undeniable of a fact that her impact on the crowd, the fans is mainly because of the incredible journey he has had in the women’s division of UFC.

And ergo, on 10 June 2018 evening, it was officially announced that Rousey will be the first female to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame’s Modern Wing.

Ronda is an absolute pioneer who helped me personally, and a lot of other people, look at women in combat sports differently. She accomplished everything she set out to do with UFC and became a global icon and role model in the process.

Her career span with MMA accounts to five years, where Rousey registered a record 12-2 amassing 12 wins, off which 11 came in the first round itself. She is first-ever women’s UFC champion and also UFC bantamweight champion from 2012 to 2015. However, consecutive defeats to Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes put an end to her career.

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