I smell another Ring cover!
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women’s bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey, may be chasing her pro wrestling dream for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), but she hasn’t left the fight game altogether.
“Rowdy” is not making a return to the Octagon, but will instead use her experience as a fighter to manage up-and-coming talent — in both boxing and MMA — under her new company “One Fight Management,” first reported by MMA Fighting.
Maybe they can be sponsored by this taint-free brand.
Her first success story comes in the form of 20-year-old Armenian pugilist Ferdinand Kerobyan, who recently signed with Golden Boy Boxing. I guess the super welterweight wasn’t scared off by Rousey’s own management troubles, well documented throughout her career.
“Happy to have one of the best to ever do it believe in me and push me to my limits,” Kerobyan (8-0) wrote on social media. “Big things coming, stay tuned.”