VIDEO: Retired, Ronda Rousey gets a tattoo in honor of her MMA triumphs

R. Rousey has been retired since 2016. Photo: Playback / YouTube

Despite not performing in MMA since 2016, Ronda Rousey made history in its passage through the sport. The former bantamweight champion (up to 61.2 kg.) Shone in the sport and decided to pay tribute to her own career in the octagons. In her social networks, the North American published a video in which she shows a tattoo on her forearm with the minutes it took to win each fight in her trajectory.

In his record, Ronda also included four amateur fights and told behind-the-scenes stories of his triumphs. Altogether, there were 15 victories that are now marked on his skin. The sport legend told about the concern in his debut against Liz Carmouche and also revealed that he broke his finger when he knocked out Alexis Davis in just 16 seconds.

The fight against the Brazilian Ediane Gomes was also mentioned. On his MMA debut, Ronda had entered the cage after taking stitches in the foot when being bitten by a friend’s dog. Still, she managed to finish the fight in just 15 minutes. The American still said she knocked out Bethe Correia with an aching arm from making video calls with her then boyfriend and ex-Ultimate, Travis Browne.

Appointed as one of the most important fighters in MMA history, Ronda Rousey she was the first female champion of Ultimate and even defended her title on six occasions. THE ‘Rowdy‘, as it is known, lost its invincibility in the confrontation against Holly Holm and retired from the sport after being knocked out by Amanda nunes, in 2016. In 14 fights, there were 12 wins and two losses in his career.

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