Ronda Rousey Tries Out Combat Sports Management

Ronda Rousey may not be competing in mixed-martial-arts but she still has influence in combat sports. 

Yesterday, Golden Boy Boxing announced the signing of Ferdinand Kerobyan and mentioned the deal was negotiated through his manager former UFC champion and current WWE wrestler Ronda Rousey

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Kerobyan has boxed his way to an 8-0 record with four knockouts and has fought the majority of his bouts at 154 or 147 pounds. Rousey posted a picture of Kerobyan on her instagram which included a hashtag revealing the name of her management team "One Fight Management." 

Kerobyan also shared a picture of him with Rousey with a message of gratitude. 

Rousey has not retired from mixed-martial-arts officially but she has stepped away from it for over a year and then this week on The Ellen Show she said it was highly unlikely she would make a return. 

Recently, Rousey has been preparing for her WWE debut match at Wrestlemania 34 in a mixed tag team match with her partner Kurt Angle and opponents Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. 

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