UFC Rumors: Ronda Rousey to marry Travis Browne?

UFC Rumors: Ronda Rousey to marry Travis Browne?

People’s favorite Ronda Rousey is free to marry the love of her life Travis Browne.

Yes, you read that right.

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If everything goes well, Ronda might soon walk down the aisle.

The one big obstacle to her marriage with fellow UFC fighter Travis was his previous marriage with Jenna Webb.

The two married in January 2015, but have been separated since June.

But according to a report by TMZ, Travis can now marry Ronda as his divorce from Jenna was finalized earlier this month.

Earlier in the month, in an interview with Ellen Degeneres, Ronda said that she needed “to have his [Travis] babies.”

So, it would come as no surprise now if Ronda goes out and marry Travis anytime soon.

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Rousey and Browne made their relationship public only last year. And very soon it created quite a lot of controversy as Jenna dissed both of them for carrying out their relationship while she was still married to Travis.

She also accused him of domestic violence. However, no charges were filed.

Rousey has been putting a brave front ever since her defeat to Holly Holm at UFC 193. Since then, she has won the WWE Slammy Award, hosted Saturday Night Live and very recently featured as one of the cover girls for Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit edition.

Apart from this, she is also appearing in Mile 22 and in the remake of Road House. She has also bagged a new movie project called Do Nothing Bitches and will appear alongside Tina Fey.

However, recently in an interview with Ellen Degeneres on her show, Ronda opened up about her career’s first loss to Holly Holm. She also revealed that after her loss, she had suicidal thoughts. Her boyfriend, Travis was the one who pulled her out of the grief.

Her marriage to Travis would surely be a new inning for Ronda.

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