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Ronda Rousey Is Already Set to Come Back Into the Spotlight, but Not With Her In-Ring Talent

No idiom fits the WWE better than ‘There is more to it than meets the eye’. Because what we see as fans on screen is only the tip of the iceberg. There are so many things that happen backstage that fans never get to know. All such incidents are later talked about by the wrestlers in interviews or maybe in the form of a book. And Ronda Rousey is going to take a similar route to tell her side of the story in the WWE and her exit from UFC.

 

Ronda Rousey is currently in the process of writing her second memoir

Ronda Rousey’s contract with the WWE is almost over and she has decided on a non-negotiable leaving date, so they can’t stop her from leaving. This has led fans to speculate that she might be making her return to the octagon soon.

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While there is no confirmation on that, recent revelations have been made that Rousey is going to be penning down her second memoir. Her first memoir was called ‘My Fight’ was released in 2015 and got a very good response from the fans.

As per ‘PWInsider’, her second memoir will be called ‘Our Fight’ and it will be published by the Hachett Book Group in the spring of 2024. Fans are eagerly waiting for her memoir to come out so they can learn more about Rousey’s perspective on her wrestling and UFC career.

Rousey isn’t the first WWE star to write a memoir as she will follow in the footsteps of some of pro wrestling’s biggest names.

Wrestling legends like Hulk Hogan, Mick Foley, and Shawn Michaels have also written their own memoirs

A memoir or a biography is one way of getting to know a celebrity better. But a memoir is more personal as obviously it is penned down by the stars themselves.

 

In recent years, a lot of memoirs were written by our very own wrestling superstars. WWE legend Hulk Hogan penned down his thoughts in ‘My Life Outside the Ring: A Memoir’. Best selling author and hardcore wrestling legend Mick Foley came up with his own book titled, ‘Have A Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks’. Another legendary name with a memoir is Bret Hart who wrote, ‘Hitman: My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling.

 

There are also memoirs by Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho, and commentator Jim Ross that you can indulge in later. But going back to Rousey, are you guys excited for her second memoir?

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