Former Raw Women’s Champion ‘Rowdy’ Ronda Rousey is now sporting new a tattoo that commemorates her biggest wins during her MMA career.
Rousey came to prominence when she was the first woman signed to a fight deal by the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Being crowned their inaugural UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion, Rousey had already garnered a huge reputation in the sport.
Rousey was 6-0 in MMA prior to signing to UFC. Winning all of her fights with her trademark armbar submission and never being taken past the first round.
Ronda Rousey’s UFC debut came at UFC 157 in February 2013 where she again won in the first round with an armbar in her home state of California. Rousey won five more fights before she suffered her first defeat in November 2015. Holly Holm stopped Rousey in the second round winning the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Title in the process.
The Olympic bronze medallist now has a permanent reminder of those MMA wins as she has had the times in seconds of each fight tattooed onto her wrist.
The tattoo appears to include Rousey’s three amateur MMA contests in 2010 and 2011. Rousey won all three fights by armbar and their combined time comes to one minute forty-four seconds.
Rousey’s Time In WWE
Ronda Rousey debuted in WWE in January 2018. She won the Raw Women’s Championship from Alexa Bliss in four minutes at that year’s SummerSlam. Rousey along with Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair made history when they were the first women to compete in the main event of WrestleMania in 2019. Lynch won the match for both the Raw and SmackDown Women’s Titles by pinning Rousey. That was Ronda Rousey’s last WWE appearance to date.
WWE President Nick Khan has recently given an update on both Rousey and Becky Lynch’s status with the company. Indicating the two women could return to the company fairly soon.