Ronda Rousey’s days inside the wrestling ring might have come to an end, as she announced recently. But she continues to enjoy the sport and watching her friends thrive inside the squared circle, as seen at a recent event.

The Rowdy One took to her Instagram to drop a dump of photos and videos from a recent cultural event she attended at an undisclosed location. Moreover, Ronda Rousey could be spotted watching a cultural program that took place at the show and cheering on one of her closest friends, Marina Shafir as she competed in the wrestling match at the event.

@marinashafir you killed it dead! Best cultural event I’ve ever attended.”

On her work front, Ronda Rousey’s forthcoming book, titled “Our Fight,” scheduled for release on April 4, is poised to offer readers an unfiltered look into her tumultuous tenure with WWE, promising to unveil the truth behind her experiences within the company.


Additionally, Ronda did not hold back from firing shots at some of the top WWE personnel, and even accused the company of gender discrimination, adding another layer of controversy to her revelations.

However, according to an exclusive report from Ringside News, nobody within the company was caught off guard by Rousey’s anti-WWE stance and stated that Rousey’s frustration and discontent were evident throughout her second stint with WWE.

With Ronda Rousey unlikely to move away from her outspoken approach anytime soon, it completely rules out a return to WWE in the near future with more dark secrets about the organization possibly revealed as her biography becomes available in book stores soon.

What are your thoughts on seeing Ronda Rousey at a cultural wrestling event, despite bashing her former employer in recent memory? Sound off in the comments!

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