Ronda Rousey marries Travis Browne in Hawaii during May-Mac fight

Ronda Rousey marries Travis Browne in Hawaii during May-Mac fight

She has not announced whether or not she will be returning to the UFC and according to White, Rousey has been exclusively focused on her upcoming nuptials.

Browne is the 13th ranked heavy weight fighter in the UFC and now holds an 18-7-1 all-time record.

Ronda Rousey has been keeping a low profile lately, but UFC president Dana White said it wasn't because her last couple of fights have been rocky. "Tomorrow is her wedding", White said on the show.

"Tomorrow is her wedding", White said. Browne, 34, reportedly popped the question under a waterfall because he felt that it is the right place to do it, NY Daily News reported. Ronda, who was then promoting the "Furious 7" movie revealed on the US morning show Live! her engagement to Travis Browne.

She made an attempt for a comeback in December 2016 and challenged Amanda Nunes but unfortunately, Rousey was knocked out again in a mere 48 seconds. ¨Tomorrow is her wedding and she's in a good place, she's really happy, and she hasn't announced her retirement or anything like that.

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Unlike many other MMA stars, Ronda Rousey will not attend tonight's highly anticipated Mayweather vs. McGregor fight.

The couple got engaged in April, when Browne proposed under a waterfall in New Zealand.

Rousey (12-2) became the first female champion of the UFC in 2012 and went on a dominant run of six consecutive title defenses.

After she burst onto the scene with a ideal 12-0 start to her career and became famous for her quick knockouts and submissions, Rousey lost her last two fights, one to Holly Holm and one to Amanda Nunes.

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