Former UFC Champion Ronda Rousey Opens Up About Concussion History And WWE Departure

Photo: Instagram/Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey, once a dominant force in UFC and a standout in WWE, has shed light on her decision to retire from mixed martial arts and depart from the wrestling entertainment giant. 

In her upcoming memoir, "Our Fight," Rousey reveals a deeply personal struggle with a history of concussions, dating back to her days in Olympic judo.

The revelation comes as a surprise to many fans who witnessed Rousey's meteoric rise in UFC, which came to a halt after back-to-back losses to Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes.

Photo: Instagram/Ronda Rousey

Despite her UFC success, Rousey admits she concealed her concussion history to continue competing but ultimately faced the consequences of her health.

Moreover, Rousey's departure from WWE was not without controversy. She pointed fingers at top WWE executives, John Laurinaitis and Bruce Prichard, accusing them of contributing to her decision to exit the organization. 

Rousey's scathing remarks provide a glimpse into the inner workings of WWE and hint at underlying tensions within the company.

As Rousey prepares for the release of her memoir and a nationwide tour to promote it, fans eagerly anticipate more insights into her storied career and the challenges she faced along the way.

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Source: MMA Fighting 


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