Dana White Officially Says Goodbye To Ronda Rousey’s Fighting Career

UFC President Dana White recently talked about the future of former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey.

During a recent interview with MMAjunkie, White said he doesn’t believe Rousey will ever make a return to the UFC.

“People ask me, ‘Do you think Ronda is coming back?’ No. I think Ronda’s going to retire. Ronda hasn’t retired, but my opinion is, I think she will,” White said.

Rousey hasn’t officially retired from the sport, but she hasn’t shown any signs of returning since her last fight.

Rousey is coming off a TKO loss to UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Amanda Nunes back in December.

Prior to that loss, Rousey hadn’t fought in over a year. In her previous fight, Rousey lost her UFC championship after being knocked out by Holly Holm.

Regardless of her recent losses, Rousey is still considered to be one of the top female bantamweight fighters in the UFC. She is currently ranked No. 4 in the official UFC women’s bantamweight rankings.