The 5 BEST Ronda Rousey fights in WWE and UFC

Ronda Rousey He had an excellent return to the WWE ranks during the Royal Rumble, after almost three years of absence, due to his motherhood. ‘The baddest woman on the planet’ entered the 28th place and after eliminating her rivals, she faced Charlotte Flair and was the winner, with which she has her direct pass to Wrestlemania 38.

The mixed martial arts fighter is the first women’s bantamweight champion in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and also the first American woman to win an Olympic medal (bronze) in judo, at the 2008 Beijing Games. now, she has shown her great power and because she is the most feared ‘roster’ in the ring. That is why today we present you the best fights Ronda Rousey, both in the WWE universe, and in the UFC

The 5 BEST fights of Ronda Rousey in WWE and UFC

5. Ronda Rousey vs. Nia Jax y Tamina (2018)

This was the moment when Ronda decided to turn her career around as a wrestler, leaving the UFC and joining WWE. In this fight she teamed up with Ember Moon to take on Nia Jax and Tamina, and ended up winning the main event of the show.

4. Ronda Rousey vs. Annett Boehm (2008)

At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Ronda Rousey faced Annett Böhm in the discipline of judo, for the bronze medal. The American ended up beating the German.

3. Ronda Rousey vs. Miesha Tate (2012)

The American fighter became the Strikeforce Women’s Bantamweight champion, in her debut in that category, after defeating Miesha Tate in just 4 minutes and 27 seconds.

2. Ronda Rousey vs. Alexis Davis (2014)

Only 16 seconds were necessary for Ronda Rousey beat his rival, Alexis Davis, by knockout. With this victory she defended her title as Women’s Bantamweight champion in the UFC for how many times.

1. Ronda Rousey vs. Liz Carmouche (2013)

This was the first Women’s Bantamweight bout in the history of the UFC, which not only makes the event historic, but for Ronda Rousey meant the world by becoming the first woman to win this category. Rousey He defeated his compatriot Liz Carmouche, in just 4 minutes and 49 seconds, thus achieving his seventh consecutive victory and the first as part of the UFC.



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