Ronda Rousey is a US athlete and actress. She is successful and skilled in various careers in her life. She is a Judo player who won gold and bronze medals in the Olympics and World Judo tournaments. Besides, she is also trained and popular in Mixed Martial Arts, where she shined as well. Besides, most people know her for her TV shows and series, and she played a character in the Hollywood movie called “The Expendables 3” with many big leads.
Early Life of Ronda Rousey
Ronda was born in California in 1987 at Ron Rousey and AnnMaria De Mars house. At the time of her birth, Ronda suffered from two injuries and almost died; she had a brain injury, and her vocal cords were greatly damaged because of the Umbilical cord that was completely enfolded in her neck. Besides, she started to speak intelligible words at the age of six.
Ronda has three sisters; Julia DeMars, Maria Burns-Ortiz, and Jennifer Rousey. Ronda is the youngest among all her sisters. However, all of them were raised by her mother since their father was unable. The reason behind this is his broken back and suffered from paraplegic and after that quadriplegic. When Ronda was eight, her father chose to end his life.
Ronda got her primary education from homeschooling. She was not good at her studies, and she quit after high school in Jamestown, North Dakota. But, she earned a GED or General Equivalent Diploma.
Spouse and Affairs
Ronda dated Travis Browne, who is a UFC fighter, in 2015. After that, they moved along with it, and she confirmed their relationship in October of that year. They became engaged on 20th April 2017 and got married on 28th August in Hawaii. She also dated Timothy DiGorrio from 2012 to 2013 and Brendan Schaub from 2013 to 2014.
Ronda Rousey started her career with Judo and is currently settled in wrestling.
Ronda began learning Judo along with her mom when she was 11. She always practiced Judo with her mom until, at the age of 13, she broke her mom’s wrist by accident. However, Ronda first participated in an Olympics Games in 2004 when she was 17; it was held in Athens, where she lost the. In the same year, she also participated in the World Junior Judo Championship held in Budapest, Hungary, and won a gold medal.
Two years later, at the age of 19, she won another gold medal in World Cup that was held in Great Britain, along with a bronze medal in Junior World Championships. She was the first American athlete to get 2 Junior World Medals. In the 2007 World Judo Championship, she won a silver medal and also won a gold medal in Pan American Games 2007. In the Olympic Games2008, she won a bronze medal.
Ronda gave up Judo at the age of 21. Now, she had a good practice in MMA, or should I say Mixed Martial Arts, and trained from the Hayastan MMA Academy that was managed by Gokor Chivichyan. At the age of 16, she became a deadly MMA fighter and broke her opponent’s knee. She was introduced to Hayastan and Gamburyan teammates at training in Glendale Fighting Club.
Ronda is one of the most successful Judo and mixed martial arts champions in the United States. She is currently a wrestler and on a contract with WWE. She and her sister wrote her autobiography named “My Fight / Your Fight.”