It remains to be seen when Ronda Rousey will reach the apex of her fight career, but there’s no denying, no matter what happens during her remaining time in the fight game, she’s already been through a lot in her life.
She’s talked sporadically about some of the personal struggles in her life from a speech impediment to the loss of her father, becoming an Olympic medalist, and now one of the most popular and successful UFC champions of all time. But now, she’s ready to go into detail.
Rousey is writing her memoir, “My Fight/Your Fight,” with the assistance of her sister, Maria Burns Ortiz, a sports journalist who contributes to Fox News Latino and ESPN.com. According to a report by the Associated Press, the memoir has already been acquired by Regan Arts.
Little detail of the memoir has been made public, but the UFC women’s bantamweight champion already has a lifetime’s worth accomplishments crammed into her 27 years to write about.