Recently, Ronda Rousey has been surfacing the headlines, with the event UFC 207 set plus the not so traditional exchange with Nunes has just been on fire. The former UFC bantamweight champion has recently avoided the media in all forms possible when she and the current champion faced off for the weigh-ins in UFC 205.
After more than a year of inactivity inside the octagon, particularly the UFC after losing to Holly Holm at UFC 193, she has been focusing more on her Hollywood career in acting. Now the former bantamweight champion will be set to fight at UFC 207 against the new bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes.
According to GamenGuide, there are rumors spreading that Ronda Rousey could retire anytime soon even after the announcement of her return to the octagon. Though the "Expendables" star would return, it does not guarantee that she will not retire after the fight, some say she will, some say she will not retire from the sport, well no one knows exactly what will be the final verdict of her decision and fans just have to wait and see.
According to Yahoo Sports, Rousey said that there is no need to hype her fight against Amanda Nunes since her defeat last year with Holly Holm has made her more of a skilled and knowledgeable fighter. There have been improvements and some say a lot has changed since her fight last year. One proof of it is the recurrent title changes from one to another fighter.
In conclusion, Ronda Rousey just really has one thing in mind and that is to avoid the media. She wanted to focus on the fight on hand and training, plus ultimately the goal that is to become the new UFC bantamweight champion again in UFC 207 against Amanda Nunes. For more of the latest news and updates feel free to visit Jobs & Hire.