The female fighter who made the biggest change in women’s MMA has just launched a cool website to share us her life and training techniques.
UFC Hall of Famer and now WWE star Ronda Rousey is making premium content such as training videos, news and merch available on her site for all the fans. These will give us first-hand encounter with the female fighter’s life, career and combat techniques.
Its “On the Road” section contains a collection of personal updates and vlogs as she travels from one city to another. These trips let fans witness how it is to be part of the WWE roster.
“Rowdy” is also posting good dose of Youtube action to let supporters keep up with her latest fights, travels and usual antics.
Rousey’s Amazing Fighting Career
While it isn’t safe to say that without Rousey there would never have been a female division in the UFC, we are certain that she’s the combatant to change President Dana White’s mind on having women fight for the promotion.
The 31-year-old fighter started her combat journey after seizing a bronze medal in the 2008 Olympics. After two years, Rousey eventually turned to MMA and won a Strikeforce title in 2012.
After a successful title defence, ‘Rowdy’ preceded female MMA into the UFC. She’s the first fighter to be installed as UFC’s women’s 135-pound champion.
Aside from these, the pride of California has recently been hailed as the first female fighter on UFC’s Hall of Fame.
“Welcome to RondaRousey.com, the Ronda Rousey database, a living documentary of Ronda’s adventures and a one on one platform for her to communicate with her fans.”
Despite rendering a series of losses before retiring from MMA, Rousey’s fans are still following her journey. On the second trailer of her website’s launch, the WWE star explained how much she loves them.
“I love my fans and I want to have direct communication with them. I just want my relationship with my fans to be on my terms. And this is the only way I could really think of to do it.”
Despite receiving many criticisms for joining WWE, Rousey is the first woman to earn a UFC and WWE title.