Ronda Rousey weds UFC fighter Travis Browne, but where are the details?

Posted August 28, 2017

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.

The former UFC women's bantamweight champion Rousey (12-2 MMA, 6-2 UFC) will tie the knot with heavyweight Travis Browne (18-7-1 MMA, 9-7-1 UFC) on Saturday.

Conor McGregor isn't the only MMA star in line for a big day Saturday.

Ronda Rousey, the former UFC bantamweight champion who stepped away from the sport following a devastating loss in December, will Wednesday heavyweight fighter Travis Browne, according to UFC President Dana White. She also revealed a glimpse on what they planned for the wedding saying, "We're going to do, like, a backyard Mexican, Corona (beer) party, but in Hawaii". "She's focusing on this wedding".

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Dana White relayed the news on The Rich Eisen Show.

The couple got engaged in April, when Browne proposed under a waterfall in New Zealand. Everyone, that is, except for Ronda Rousey. "Will you come to the wedding?' I said, 'Absolutely.' Then she said, 'The wedding's tomorrow, '" White explained.

People have been speculation that her humiliating 48 seconds long match with Nunes may be her last, despite the champion not announcing her retirement officially.

UFC was interested in her making a return to the Octagon this year but there has been no talk of it of late. She was defeated in the 135-pound championship bout by Holy Holm, who knocked Rousey out with a kick to the head.