"Friends and sisters fight all the time, but it's just - I don't know - something that I know we have to handle ourselves, and I'm sure we will soon because it's just been a little awkward".
A lot of people, including Dana White, don't believe we'll see Ronda Rousey in the UFC again, and while the star hasn't outright, closed the door on that happening, it sounds like the door's almost shut. 'I think it's just as likely as me going back to another Olympics for judo. "Everyone in the world knows he has a gift for wrestling and he has something special, and if he ever feels like sharing it with us again, then hell yeah, please, even if it's not with me, I just hope I'm there to see it", said Rousey.More news: Marcus Smart could miss rest of the season after undergoing thumb surgery
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Rousey's final UFC appearance came at UFC 207, where she was decimated in less than a minute by UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Amanda Nunes. "Moments like that I'll never forget".
Rousey can empathize Punk as fans year for him to return to their preferred memory, but to Rousey, it's best to chase the career you want.
Wrestlemania 34 is right around the corner, and for the most part, the card is good to go. She told Ellen that there are some differences between the two since the UFC is real fighting and WWE is considered more "scripted" entertainment. "People are so quick to forget how great Ronda was, how much of a pioneer she was in the game".
So, with that being said, here's our Daily Debate poll question: Do you believe Rousey when she says she's basically done with MMA forever? But I think she's fitting in well. "And I'd be happy to help her".