Rousey Didn’t Need To Announce “Retirement” From MMA

As Ronda Rousey continues her transition from UFC star to WWE superstar, the newly minted pro wrestler took a break from the road to Wrestlemania to guest on Ellen. While on the daytime talk show, Rousey discussed among other things, her decision to not officially retire from MMA.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women’s bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey, recently made the transition to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) to pursue her dream of pro wrestling superstardom.

Rousey, who last fought against Amanda Nunes in 2016, claims she feels that she doesn’t feel that she needs to make an announcement or hand in a letter of resignation. Telling Ellen Degeneres that, “no one demanded a written resignation from me for judo and I don’t really think the same thing is necessary for fighting,” Rousey told Ellen. “I’m just doing what I enjoy and WWE is what I enjoy right now.”

Rousey would also go on to tell the syndicated talk show host that a UFC comeback is about as likely as an Olympic comeback.

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