Ronda Rousey Set to Return After a Year's Lay Off
Entertainment October 13, 2016   |  by

Ronda Rousey Set to Return at UFC 207

After a year-long break from mixed martial arts (MMA), former champion Ronda Rousey will be making her long-awaited comeback at UFC 207 on December 30th.

The Judo expert and bronze Olympic medallist will be looking to recapture her title belt at UFC 207, when she faces current champion Amanda Nunes in Las Vegas.

Rousey has long been one of the most dominant female MMA fighters around, holding the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship for over three years till she lost it to Holly Holm last November.

Since the shock defeat, Rousey’s put her MMA career on hold, focusing on her role in the upcoming Road House movie instead. The women’s title also has changed hands since, with Holm losing it to Miesha Tate, and Tate herself falling to Nunes in July.

Will Rousey be able to recapture the championship, or will the ring rust get to her? Give us your thoughts below.

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