Rousey moves into combat sports management
Ronda Rousey won an Olympic medal in Judo and then moved on to mixed martial arts. She became the most famous figure in MMA history, and has now moved on to whatever’s next, which appears to be family life, many media opportunities, a cast role in the WWE, and even combat sports management.
Ariel Helwani reports for MMA Fighting that Rousey’s company is called One Fight Management. The first fighter under her management is Ferdinand Kerobyan, who just signed with the Golden Boy Boxing promotion. Helwani reports that Rousey will not be limiting her management efforts solely to boxing.
Kerobyan, 20, was born in Armenia, and trains in California. Rousey has long, strong ties with the Armenian combat sports community in Los Angeles.
Rousey, 31, will make her WWE wrestling debut in a tag team match with partner and fellow Olympic medalist Kurt Angle vs. Triple HHH and Stephanie McMahon, at WrestleMania 34 on April 8, 2018, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Pro wrestling looks like fun. After all that Rousey has done for MMA in general and for WMMA, she deserves a lifetime of fun.