Ronda Rousey will begin a new stint in the first week of October as she will be part of the reality TV series produced by WWE. The 32-year-old Olympic medalist and the former UFC Bantamweight Champion joins the Total Divas star cast which is undoubtedly the most glamorous show that WWE has ever been part of. So it’s evident that we’ll see a new avatar of The Rowdy One on this TV show.
As per the updates, Ronda Rousey is going to be the prime face of Total Divas ninth season that will showcase her journey to the top of the pro-wrestling world, coming from a different background. Starting from the historic title run to the WrestleMania main event, it will be a journey worth a watch. Whereas this is going to be a journey within the WWE, we take you through some interesting facts of Ronda Rousey career that showcases her life from a new angle.
Ronda Rousey is an Olympic Medalist
The reason behind her mainstream fame owes to the fact that she participated in the 2008 Olympic Games representing the United States of America. Ronda Rousey became first American woman to win an Olympic medal in judo during the 2008 summer games in Beijing securing a Bronze.
The first woman representative of UFC
Another one of the interesting facts of Ronda Rousey career is that she was the first woman to represent commercial MMA sports. She became the first female athlete to sign with the Ultimate Fighting Championship in 2012. This was the first-of-its-kind helping her to become a trailblazer.
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