The 31 year old former Women’s Bantamweight Champion “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey will now cross over to combat sports management.
As we will probably never see “Rowdy” set foot inside the UFC Octagon again, that does not mean she’s done with the fight business. Reports show that the former women’s Bantamweight Champion has launched her own official management team called – “One Fight Management.”
First reported by MMAFighting, “Rowdy” has already began working with a boxer Ferdinand Kerobyan. He is Welterweight prospect who has also recently signed with Golden Boy Boxing. Kerobyan holds a professional boxing record of 8-0 and will look to continue with this winning streak moving forward.
As many are also aware, Miesha Tate who is Rousey’s former biggest rival, had began working with several fighters after she retired from competition back in 2016.
Rousey, has not long signed a full time contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) where she will make her in-ring debut in April, at WrestleMania 34, New Orleans.
As far as we’re all concerned about her Mixed Martial Arts career, Ronda has shut down and closed all doors on making a return. She stated earlier this week that she’s not officially retired from MMA, but there’s as much of a chance that she will go back to compete in another Olympics than she does step back into the UFC Octagon.