Ronda Rousey has been liable to investigation from the media and blended hand to hand fighting fans the world over. Stubborn, straightforward and with a demeanor of extraordinary certainty, Rousey boasted. Given her undefeated record at the time, it was verifiable that she was (and still is) one of the best in the amusement.
Taking after her emotional knockout misfortune to Holly Holm by means of head kick at UFC 193 in Melbourne, Australia, Rousey was liable to extraordinary review after pictures developed of her watching somewhat flabby while participating in a photoshoot for the UFC’s computer game arrangement. Having battled with her certainty and self-perception in her high school years, Rousey was horrified at the kickback.
“I vow to God. On the off chance that anybody calls me fat once again in my life, will execute them.” she said prior in the year.
In any case, it appears that the tide has changed, and Rousey’s build has changed after the declaration that she will profit to the octagon for December 30th to face ebb and flow champion, Amanda Nunes, trying to recover the belt she once held.
Known for making outrageous weight cuts in the last days paving the way to her battles, it appears that Rousey might adopt an alternate strategy to her weight administration this time around. Ariel Helwani has reported that an “all around encouraged” Ronda Rousey is as of now strolling around at 140 pounds, just 5 pounds shy of her objective weight of 135.
I’m told a “well-fed” Ronda Rousey is currently walking around @ 140 lbs., 24 days before her 135 lbs title fight. That’s pretty remarkable.
— Ariel Helwani (@arielhelwani) December 6, 2016
With more than 20 days left until she battles, it appears Rousey is engaged and on track to make weight in the most straightforward way that could be available. Verifiably, Rousey has strolled around at around 150lbs now in her preparation camp. Showing up on the Conan O’Brien Show this week, Rousey gave off an impression of being fit as a fiddle, and appeared to be resolved to reclaim the belt she held for so long.