According to UFC President Dana White, former bantamweight queen Ronda Rousey will get married to UFC heavyweight Travis Browne on the very same day.
Initially, Rousey and Browne were supposed to walk down the aisle in Hawaii but changed the location last minute.
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Rousey has thanked her dear nearly husband for helping her get through those dark times and lately, she has been focusing more on TV appearances and acting rather than on competing.
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The couple got engaged in April, when Browne proposed under a waterfall in New Zealand. She was UFC's first female champion, when she won the bantamweight title in 2012 and then successfully defended the belt in six consecutive bouts.
UFC was interested in her making a return to the Octagon this year but there has been no talk of it of late. Despite her recent loss to Holly Holm in November 2015 followed by another one against Amanda Nunes in December 2016, the fearless fighter has not announced any desire to retire from the sports. Her acting gig started at the height of her worldwide popularity.
Browne, 35, has a UFC record of 18-7-1.
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