Ronda Rousey has left the UFC Octagon, transitioned into the WWE ring, and now has a new undertaking – fighter manager!
Former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey confirmed on her social media that she is now in the business of managing fighters. The name of Rousey’s fight management company is One Fight Management.
— Ronda Rousey (@RondaRousey) March 15, 2018
Rousey’s first client is a rising boxing star. Welterweight prospect Ferdidnand Kerobyan (8-0) is the first fighter to sign with Ronda Rousey’s One Fight Management. Boxing great Oscar de la Hoya and his company Golden Boy Promotions, signed Kerobyan onto its stable of fighters to promote. One Fight Management will work alongside Golden Boy Promotions in the boxing career of Ferdinand Kerobyan.
— Golden Boy Boxing (@GoldenBoyBoxing) March 15, 2018
MMA Fighting journalist and The MMA Hour host Ariel Helwani says that One Fight Management are not limited to just representing boxers.
Will we soon see some MMA fighters jump onboard the One Fight Management team? Only time will tell but Ronda Rousey’s resume in combat sports is as good as anyone’s. Considering Rousey still has close ties in MMA – especially in the UFC with President Dana White, fighters might start to flock to One Fight Management for representation.
Tell us what you think about Ronda Rousey’s new venture in combat sports! Will her company succeed? Is this what’s best for business? Let us know in the comments below!