Ronda Rousey MMA Net Worth and Updated Salary

Ronda Rousey is a MMA player who has a net worth of $12 million dollars as updated report. Born in 1987, her contract salary has been updated, find her boyfriend name. Ronda Rousey, the popular UFC champion. This celebrity is also ranked as eighth highest paid female athlete in 2016. Her salary in 2015 was $3 million and she made about $0.5 million in endorsements. In addition to these sources, she also made a good income from her book, “My Fight / Your Fight”, which was not mentioned.

Name Ronda Jean Rousey
Net Worth $12 Million 
Salary $3,000,000
Source of Income Mixed Martial Artist
Birth Date February 1, 1987
Birth Place Riverside, California, United States
Endorsement $500,000
Awards Year
World MMA Female Fighter of the Year 2012, 2013 and 2014
Best Female Athlete ESPY Award 2014 and 2015
Best Fighter ESPY Award 2015

Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey’s endorsements include Monster Headphones and Metro PCS. Her endorsements also include Carl’s Jr and Reebok.  Ronda Rousey’s earning  from the league wide Reebok sponsorship was $80,000.

At the UFC 190, Ronda Rousey knocked out Bethe Correia, amazingly in just 34 seconds, with which her overall salary, bonuses, and pay per view earning increased tremendously to $5 million in just half a minute. This made her become the most dominant and highly recognizable champion. In addition to this record, she also beat Alex Davis and Cat Zingano in just 30 seconds combines, with which her earning roughly raised to $217,000 per second.

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Ronda Rousey was born in 1987. She was born in California and her mother was the first American woman to win the World Judo Championship. Ronda Rousey was selected for the 2004 Olympics Games, which was held in Athens. She was the 17th and youngest judo competitor in the game. She also takes the pride of being the first American woman athlete to win two Junior World Medals.

Ronda Rousey also take the pride of being the first American to win the Olympic medal in Judo in 2008 Olympics held in Beijing. She also started fighting mixed martial arts in 2010 and defeated her opponents in just a minute’s time.

Ronda Rousey became the Strike Force Women’s Bantamweight Champion in the year 2011. She later moved to UFC and became the first Women’s Bantamweight Champion in 2012. She was also given the UFC title in 2013 and 2014.

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