Ronda Rousey is one of the most talked about Superstars on the WWE roster, and she made history this week when she became the first woman to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame.
Rousey was inducted by UFC President Dana White in Las Vegas, and she joins Forrest Griffin, BJ Penn and Urijah Faber in the Modern wing.
“I look around and think together we built this, this division, this sport, this revolution,” she said during her induction speech. “Together, we have redefined what it means to be strong, to be sexy. We’ve changed what it means to ‘fight like a girl.'”
Rousey also posted the following on Instagram:
“I had so many more to thank than I could have used the time I had the stage for. Everyone I know personally, I can thank in person … last night was for YOU. Thank YOU for watching and letting the adventures of this Venetian judoka with a bad reputation change the world🙏🏼❤️”
Stephanie McMahon also took to Twitter to congratulate Ronda Rousey.
“We changed what it means to fight like a girl.” Amen Ronda! Congratulations @RondaRousey on your induction into the #UFCHOF! Thank you for your fearless leadership and for changing the lives of girls and women everywhere! #NeverSayNever! https://t.co/ZZTtOirIsa
— Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) July 6, 2018