Even boyfriend Travis Browne has admitted he does not know if Ronda Rousey will retire
Ronda Rousey lost for the second time in her career in December when she was stopped by Amanda Nunes in just 48 seconds.
The former UFC champion, who was the figurehead of the women's division for years, is now considering her future in mixed martial arts.
And while fellow UFC fighter and significant other Browne has admitted he still doesn't know when Rousey will make a decision, he does know how she will conduct herself.
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"When the time comes, she’s going to do it her way," Browne told ESPN.
"That’s what people that support her I think will appreciate.
"She’ll do it like she did everything else: her way."
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Ronda Rousey has now lost her last two fights in UFC
Amanda Nunes proclaimed herself the new queen of UFC after beating Ronda Rousey
UFC president Dana White revealed in the aftermath of her defeat to Nunes that Rousey had spent 45 minutes crying with him.
And after her first ever career defeat – to Holly Holm in November 2015 – Rousey later revealed that she had contemplated suicide.
However, Browne shrugged off any concerns about her mental state and insisted that his own focus is firmly on his bout against Derrick Lewis.
"She’s doing great and she’s in a good place," Browne added.
"For me, I have a fight on February 19 and that’s all that matters.
"I don’t know [about what she plans to do].
"Her and I haven’t really had that talk.
"That’s going to be her decision she has got to make."