Ronda Rousey will take her place among the best as she was announced for the UFC Hall of Fame. She will enter the Modern Wing on July 5.
The former UFC Bantamweight Champion played the key role in having women compete for the UFC. Rosuey was 10-2 in the UFC, losing her previous two encounters. Before that, she won 1o consecutive times; with all but one happening in the first round. Her signature was the arm bar.
The former Strikeforce and UFC champion joined WWE in January and is being buuilt as a major star. She won her debut at WrestleMania and challenges Nia Jax at Money in the Bank for the RAW Women’s Championship.
Congrats to Rousey!
— UFC (@ufc) June 10, 2018