Ronda Rousey Enters Boxing Management

While she may have traded in her UFC career for a WWE career, she’s still has her presence felt in fighting.

Per Ariel Helwani, Rousey, former UFC women’s bantamweight champion has started her own sports management company, One Fight Management, which will be focused on boxing and MMA.

One of Rousey’s first clients, Ferdinand Kerobyan has signed with Golden Boy Boxing this week and he took to Instagram to thank his manager.

 

Kerobyan is a 20-year-old prospect, who moved from Armenia to Los Angeles, the home of a huge Armenian community, which Rousey has a relationship with going back to her days studying judo under Gene Lebell.

Rousey took to Instagram as well to congratulate her charge and his signing with Golden Boy.

 

 

Information on One Sports Management Via: MMA FIGHTING

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