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At 29 years old, Ronda Rousey is the UFC Women's Bantamweight champion, in her prime and widely regarded as the most dominant female athlete in sports today. But it's never too early to think about the future.
On Tuesday, Rousey spoke with reporters at a media day in Los Angeles, Calif. when her plans for life after the Octagon were brought up. "I want to be remembered as one of the greatest fighters of all time at any sport," she said. This perspective includes boxing and even the WWE.
"What I would love to do: I got an Olympic medal, I would want to retire from MMA as one of the greatest of all time, I would love to have the chance to be the boxing world champion, and I would love to have the chance to be a jiu-jitsu world champion," Rousey admitted. "I'd love to have the chance to be the Divas world champion and just be the best of everything at one point."
Watch out, WWE Divas! Once Rousey completes her domination of the UFC Bantamweight class, she has her sights set on you. Good luck.
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[via FOX Sports]