Ronda Rousey currently stands at No 13 in the list of richest all-time MMA fighters in the world. Ronda, who gained mainstream popularity after dominating the Women’s MMA since her MMA debut in 2011 was the first-ever UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion in the UFC and had a 12-fight consecutive winning streak before being stopped by the reigning Women's Bantamweight and Featherweight Champion, Amanda Nunes. What is interesting here is that Ronda Rousey reportedly bagged a massive $3 million for being knocked out in just 48 seconds while her opponent was reportedly paid just $200,000 for the dominant showing.
Ronda's downfall in the world of MMA did not stop her from being a top-draw as she transitioned into the game of sports entertainment. Ronda Rousey is now signed with the WWE and reportedly takes home a base salary of a reported $1.5 million as of mid-2018; highest amongst every female superstar in the WWE Women's division surpassing Charlotte Flair, who reportedly makes $550,000. Ronda Rousey is also entitled to a percentage of merchandise sales and bonuses from headlining events.
Ronda Rousey is the richest female MMA fighter in the history of UFC. Her net worth currently stands at an estimated $12 million, according to multiple reports.
Ronda Rousey, who had been on a hiatus from the sport since last headlining Wrestlemania is soon expected to make a comeback, as per several reports. Rousey was on an indefinite leave from WWE programming as she was preparing to start a family with husband Travis Browne.