Ronda Rousey’s road to regaining the UFC women’s bantamweight crown at UFC 207 symbolically starts with an appearance on the Nov. 1 Ellen Degeneres show, to officially talk about it.
Many fans remember the last time Rousey (12-1-0) was on the show, sharing her thoughts on losing the title to Holly Holm at UFC 193.
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All eyes have been on Rousey and since it was announced she would challenge for the title in her return fight.
Rousey has worked on building on her acting career, including hosting “Saturday Night Live” during her time off.
Meanwhile, the women’s bantamweight division has not stood still. It will be interesting to see if Rousey can return to her dominating ways against a champion who has never been more confident in her game.
In fact, Nunes guaranteed to TMZ Sports she will beat Rousey at UFC 207.
UFC 207 takes place Dec. 30 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.