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Published: Wed, November 02, 2016
Economy | By Melissa Porter

Ronda Rousey plans to frame Donald Trump's mean tweets


"This is definitely one of my last fights", Rousey said during the interview.

For much of 2016, there was talk and speculation that Rousey might elect to hang up the gloves, following her devastating loss to Holly Holm last November.

Ronda Rousey is set for her return in a fight against Amanda Nunes at the December 30 event at Madison Square Garden.

If she loses, it'll probably be her last fight, especially if she handles it the same way she handled the Holm loss.

Though Rousey is unquestionably the sport's best-known figure, her career has not been without its ups and downs.

"I've been training twice a day since the beginning of August so I finally feeling like I'm in a super ninja good mood", she said.

"It's the waiting", that causes Rousey the most trouble. If we had a fight right now, I'd fight right now and then I'd go and get dinner, and I wouldn't feel really exhausted about it.

As a guest on Ellen on Tuesday, Rousey revealed she's already planning her exit from the fight game.

The mixed martial artist told Ellen DeGeneres that she's preparing to retire after her December 30 fight against current UFC bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes. Rousey explained that the most tiring thing about fighting is the build up to the fight. "It's the weeks and weeks of buildup beforehand", she told Ellen. During her time as the bantamweight champion, Rousey defended her title six times. In the tweet, Trump referred to her as "not a nice person" while noting that he was glad to see that she had lost her championship fight against Holm.

She became so popular not just because she's a great fighter; there are dozens of great fighters in UFC history who haven't been remotely as popular as she's been.

'It is more of a drinking club, ' she added.

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