Ronda Rousey - Career timeline

Lynette Rowe
March 19, 2018

The former UFC women's bantamweight champion has launched her own management team - One Fight Management - where she will reportedly be working with boxers and mixed martial artists.

Rousey signed a deal with the WWE recently.

Koberyan is a 20-year-old fighter who now resides in Rousey's home state California after moving from his native Armenia.

But Rousey is keen for Punk to join her in WWE after making the jump from the UFC herself. Ellen asked about Rousey potentially hurting someone in the wrestling ring because she's trained to fight and Ronda said they "rehearse things enough" to where she doesn't feel she would do that.

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Exactly what she will do in terms of being a manager for fighters is unknown, and some are speculating she'll simply be a public face for signing fighters to Tarverdyan's Glendale Fighting Club. "He's doing what he enjoys, what he's passionate about and what brings out the best of him". Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.

Rousey says that CM Punk is happy where he is right now, and it is his decision, and his alone, whether or not he would like to return to professional wrestling. The former UFC fighter and Olympian showed host Ellen DeGeneres how she learned to make such intimidating faces, and it's actually impressively simple. "I've never been on a team my whole life". I did judo, that was alone.

Kurt Angle is a WWE Hall of Famer, and he's wrestled his fair share of big matches on the Grandest Stage of Them All. But I think she's fitting in well.

In the video clip, Rousey also demonstrates her "mean mug" look that she learned as a kid for intimidating her opponents in fights.

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