She is a former UFC champion.
But despite suffering the first loss of her career back in December, Ronda Rousey certainly looks like she’s a winner.
The 29-year-old was spotted with her fellow MMA fighter boyfriend Travis Browne while on a loved up outing in the Santa Monica neighbourhood of Los Angeles on Wednesday morning.
Ronda and the 33-year-old heavyweight were practically inseparable as they wrapped their arms around one another.
The Olympic bronze medal winning judoka definitely looked happy on the outing as she smiled from ear-to-ear while tucked under the towering 6feet7 athlete’s arm.
Ronda was dressed comfortably for the occasion as she sported a flowy white top, skinny blue jeans pin-rolled halfway up the calf and white high-top sneakers.
She accessorised with a long chain necklace with a big pendant and black leather designer bag.
Her long blonde tresses were worn down flowing over her shoulders as she let her natural looks show by going make-up free for the occasion.
Travis wore a black RVCA T-shirt with light blue jeans cropped above the knee and a pair of sandals.
Ronda and Travis frequently hit the gym together, and they are often spotted grabbing lunch or coffee together after their sessions.
Ronda hasn’t been in the ring since losing her title to Holly nearly six months ago and even opened up about the depression she suffered as a result of the brutal loss during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show back in February.
‘I was literally sitting there and thinking about killing myself and that exact second I’m like, ”I’m nothing, what do I do anymore and no one gives a s*** about me anymore without this,”’ Ronda told the 58-year-old chat show host, while fighting back tears.
However the mixed martial arts fighter added that it was the thought of her future with boyfriend Travis that kept her going, and gave her the strength she needed to carry on.
‘To be honest I looked up and I saw my man Travis was standing up there and I looked up at him and I was like, I need to have his babies. I need to stay alive,’ Ronda said as the studio audience applauded.
In the meantime she’s concentrating on her career outside of the UFC, inking a three-movie deal with cable network Lifetime, according to Deadline.