Ronda Rousey has carved out an immaculate legacy in combat sports. She has climbed atop the mountain in both the UFC and the WWE. However, her chapter with the prestige wrestling promotion came to a close as she left the company. The rumor mill ran rife with speculation over Rousey’s next step after her last appearance at SummerSlam. An exciting development has surfaced on how exactly the former WWE star would continue to enthrall and excite her fans.

Despite speculation continuing to persist over a return to the Octagon, the former UFC bantamweight champion has opted to engage in a venture that is less action-heavy. In recent months, Rousey has focused on parenting her daughter and managing her farm. She continues to keep a low profile. The 2 time WWE SmackDown Women’s champion made an exciting announcement on her Instagram account. She revealed that she was working on her upcoming memoir.

Ronda Rousey to do a tell-all via her memoir ‘Our Fight’

UFC Hall of Famer Ronda Rousey is set to reveal the highs and lows of her professional journey and personal struggles in her upcoming memoir ‘Our Fight’.

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This candid account of her life, both in and out of the spotlight, will be released in April next year. Rousey, a former Olympic bronze medalist in judo and the first female UFC champion, will share her experiences and the story behind her transition to acting after leaving the UFC in 2016. The memoir also delves into her path to motherhood as she and her husband, Travis Browne, welcomed their daughter in 2021. She recently posted a reel on Instagram revealing her book cover. Ronda Rousey also gave a snippet to fans about what to expect from the memoir.

In her own words, Rousey told PEOPLE, “Our Fight is everything I’ve wished I could fit into a headline but just couldn’t. My story in my words. All the answers I needed years to give succinctly.”

Rousey’s memoir, the follow-up to her 2015 book ‘My Fight / Your Fight’, reflects her journey, both in the world of professional fighting and her life afterward. It emphasizes resilience and her personal battle against public perceptions. It’s a story of the fights she engaged in and what she held dear.

‘Our Fight’ is set to be published by Grand Central Publishing. Charlotte FlairSasha Banks, and Raquel Rodriguez, Rousey’s WWE friends, have already reacted to her announcement.

Notable WWE stars “can’t wait” for Rousey’s memoir

Ronda Rousey, following her WWE journey, has forged strong friendships with fellow wrestlers. Her professional wrestling career has been marked by numerous matches and interactions with an array of wrestling talents. Notably, in response to her recent Instagram post revealing the book cover, stars like Charlotte Flair and Raquel Rodriguez voiced their immense support.

Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair faced off in their most recent bout at Backlash on May 8, 2022. Rousey won in this ‘I Quit’ match, securing the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship. However, this hasn’t put a dent in their personal relationship as the 14-time Women’s World Champion from showing her support outside the ring.

Noted MMA journalist Nina Marie Daniele also conveyed her excitement at the cover release. She also expressed how Rousey was the inspiration behind her passion for MMA. She wrote, “Can’t wait ❤️ Love YOU Ronda!!! You are one of the reasons I became an MMA fan!”

Raquel Rodriguez– “Can’t wait 🙌🔥”

Rousey and Rodriguez have met in multiple intense matches, including a championship clash and a memorable Raw showdown where they faced off with Shayna Baszler.

Nikkita Lyons, a WWE NXT superstar, has openly expressed her admiration for Ronda Rousey. She revealed that she used to adorn her room with posters of the former UFC champion. You can see she still supports her. Nikkita– “Can’t wait!!❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥”

Even pro wrestlers who have worked with Rousey inside the squared circle previously expressed their support via their Instagram activity.

Mercedes Mone (formerly Sasha Banks), Matt Riddle, Renee Paquette, Samantha Irvin, Dana Brooke, Dakota Kai, and Ivy Nile, were among those who showed their approval by liking the post.

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