|Net Worth:||$13 Million|
|Date of Birth:||February 1, 1987 (36 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, and Mixed Martial Artist|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Ronda Rousey’s net worth and career earnings:
Ronda Rousey is an American Mixed Martial Artist and Actor who has a net worth of $13 million. She became one of the most well-known successful female MMA at a point in time and afterward diversified into professional wrestling and acting.
Ronda Rousey was born on February 1st, 1987, in the county of Riverside, California. Due to the fact that Rousey was born with her umbilical cord wrapped around her neck, she struggled with a speech impairment for the first six years of her life.
When she was three years old, her family moved from Riverside to Jamestown, North Dakota so she could undergo extensive speech treatment at Minot State University.
The first American woman to win a World Judo Championship was Ronda’s mother, AnnaMaria De Mars. Her mother also completed her doctoral degree at the University of California, Riverside, while caring for her daughters.
Her biological father, Ron Rousey, killed himself in 1995 after discovering he would be permanently disabled as a result of a back injury he sustained while sledding.
Eight years old Rousey was. Rousey failed her senior year of high school but eventually earned her GED.
Rousey began her judo training when she was barely 11 years old, alongside her mother. Prior to turning 13, when she started working with a professional trainer, she was trained by her mother.
She was the youngest judo competitor in attendance when she qualified for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games at the age of seventeen.
Rousey later became the first American athlete to win two Junior World medals. One of the top three female judokas in the world, Ronda rose to prominence in February 2007 when she lifted her weight to 70 kg.
She was the first American to win a medal in judo when she took home the bronze for the United States at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Rousey, aged 21 years old, gave up judo following her Olympic victory.
Rousey’s career in Mixed Martial Arts
Rousey began her mixed martial arts career with Team Hayastan in 2010—two years after she had won the fight.
She also studied mixed martial arts with Edmond Tarverdyan at the Glendale Fighting Club. Rousey studied jiu-jitsu with Henry Akins at Dynamix MMA from 2011 until 2014.
In August 2010, Rousey made her professional MMA debut. She applied an armbar to quickly take down Hayden Munoz.
However, Rousey promptly dispatched each of her opponents with her well-known armbar technique. Rousey claims that her mother would jump on her every morning to wake her up, which is how she learned the armbar that has made her famous.
The next month, Ronda competed in her first match for Strikeforce in Las Vegas against Sarah D’Alelio.
Rousey won the Strikeforce Women’s Bantamweight Championship in 2011. Later, she changed to the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), wherein in 2012 she won the inaugural Women’s Bantamweight Championship. Ronda Rousey was the first female UFC fighter.
In February 2013 at UFC 157, she defeated Liz Carmouche to successfully defend her UFC championship. Even though Carmouche managed to dislocate Rousey’s jaw throughout the process, she continued to defend her Bantamweight Championship title.
In 2014, Rousey also triumphed in her championship defense in the UFC.
The main contest of UFC 193 featured Ronda vs. Holly Holm on November 15, 2015. Despite the fact that Ronda had received a lot of support, she was unable to bring Holly to the ground due to Holms’ high-kicking techniques.
Rousey’s reign as champion was effectively ended as she suffered her first loss when Holm delivered a high kick to the neck that knocked her out.
Rousey was given a medical suspension by the UFC, which also prohibited any physical contact and required her to go 60 days without engaging in any combat.
Rousey would need to have the results of a CT scan cleared in order to have the suspension shortened. It took until December 8 for Rousey to receive a medical clearance.
On December 30, 2016, she came back to compete against champion Amanda Nunes in the main event of UFC 207, but she was defeated in just 48 seconds. In July 2018, Ronda Rousey was honored by being inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame.
Although Ronda never formally declared her retirement, she said, “I believe it’s just as possible as me coming back to another Olympics for Judo,” in response to Ellen Degeneres’ inquiry about whether she would return to mixed martial arts.
Rousey’s Career as an Actress
She made appearances in “The Expendables 3,” “Furious 7,” “Entourage,” and “And mile 22” in 2019. She also made a fleeting appearance in Charlie’s Angels as a battle trainer.
Endorsements deals and earnings
On February 28, 2015, Ronda Rousey defeated Cat Zingano in 14 seconds using an armlock. Ronda won $65,000 for taking part, winning, and an expected $1 million Pay Per View bonus.
Between June 2014 and June 2015, Ronda received awards and endorsements totaling more than $6.5 million. She endorses numerous brands, such as Monster headphones, Metro PCS, Reebok, Carl’s Jr., and Reebok.
Ronda’s run of luck came to an abrupt and public end on November 16, 2015, when Holly Holm and UFC 193 defeated her.
In 2015, Ronda alone earned $14 million in prize money, PPV revenue, endorsement fees, and earnings from media appearances.
To participate in her fight with Amanda Nunes, Ronda got $3 million on December 30, 2016.
Career in Wrestling
Rousey has participated in matches for the WWE as a member of The Four Horsewomen. She has faced off against Triple H, The Rock, The Authority, and Vince McMahon. The Four Horsewomen appeared before the crowd to cheer on several wrestlers.
In 2017, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Bayley, and Sasha Banks were opponents for The Horsewomen.
Later that year, it was made public that Rousey had made a long-term commitment to the WWE and had been participating in training sessions at the Orlando WWE Performance Center. She managed to shock everyone at the Royal Rumble in January 2018.
She signed on with the WWE’s Raw roster in March 2018. She claimed the title on August 19, 2018, after defeating rival Bliss.
She once again defeated Bliss on September 16, one month later, in Hell in a Cell. At the end of Rousey’s 231-day run as champion, Lynch defeated her in March 2019.
It was her first defeat in the WWE. Currently, Rousey is the Raw Women’s Champion with the second-longest reign.
In Venice, California, Rousey calls herself home. After Beijing in 2008, she changed her lifestyle to veganism. In the 2016 US presidential election, Ronda endorsed Bernie Sanders.
She enjoys playing World of Warcraft, Dragon Ball Z, and Pokémon in her spare time. She has raised money for the Black Jaguar-White Tiger Foundation, an organization devoted to opposing the keeping of big cats in zoos and circuses.
Rousey acknowledged to Ellen DeGeneres that she had suicide thoughts after her terrible loss to Holly Holm and the injuries that caused her to miss a year of competition.
She also admitted that depression and problems with body image are problems for her.
Brendan Schaub, a fellow UFC fighter, and Rousey once dated.
In October 2015, Travis Browne, a UFC fighter, dated. At the time, Jenny Renee Webb and Browne were still legally wed, and domestic abuse allegations against Browne were being looked into.
Rousey proposed to Browne in New Zealand in April 2017, and the couple wed in Hawaii in August of the same year.
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