Ronda Rousey is one of the most decorated combat sports athletes of all time. From changing the entire landscape of UFC to making headlines around the globe, the Arm Collector has done it all. Apart from the bone-shattering maneuvers she’s built into her system, Rousey is also renowned for having straightforward takes. She’s not someone who likes to hold herself back and sugarcoat stuff when it needs to be said and done.
When the former Judoka was knocking down her opponents in that caged octagon right and left, she grew immensely popular. Fans and critics alike became more intrigued by her belongings and choices. One of the most frequently asked questions the former UFC bantamweight champion came across was about her life partner. In an interview with CONAN, the current WWE superstar was asked about the same.
Making her points crystal clear, she did admit how a bunch of guys often used to get intimidated by her in the past. However, she’d gladly look past them. Explaining her mindset toward such individuals, she just uttered, “I don’t wanna waste any time on a guy that’s easily intimidated by me”.
Rousey emphasized that someone she gets along with should match her standards. Being a fighter herself, she did drop a subtle hint back then regarding her desired choice for someone worthy enough to call her his own. During her early MMA days, Ronda had some affairs that didn’t last long enough.
Who is Ronda Rousey’s husband?
The Baddest Woman on the Planet finally met her husband, Travis Browne, somewhere around August 2015. After one of their pictures surfaced online, speculation picked up, and journalists often ransacked the duo to extract their actual relationship. After nearly two years of dating, the couple announced their engagement on April 20, 2017.
Also, later that year, in August, they ultimately tied the knot. After a year, the former UFC aces gave birth to their daughter, whose name is not everyone’s cup of tea. Their daughter, who’ll turn 2 this September, was named La’akea Makalapuaokalanipo Browne.
Talking about the tumultuous background of Travis Browne, he was also been involved in the highly challenging domain of mixed martial arts from 2009 to 2021. He mostly competed in the heavyweight class and earned a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Till his retirement, he’d had an impressive MMA record of 18 wins out of 26 bouts. Coming to the breakdown, 14 victories came as a result of knockouts, a couple from submissions, and the remaining ones from unanimous decisions.
His last fight came against Alexey Oleynik on July 8, 2017, which Browne lost. Following this defeat, the 40-year-old decided to draw the curtains on his career in the UFC. Apart from the Dana White-led promotion, Travis Browne has attended a handful of WWE shows to support Ronda Rousey. At SummerSlam 2018, when The Rowdy One defeated Alexa Bliss to become the new Raw Women’s Champion, Travis was there, sitting ringside. After the match, the duo celebrated that monumental achievement like everyone else.