Ronda Rousey Confirms HIV Diagnosis

Down For The Count?

A spokesperson for the famed martial artist Ronda Rousey has confirmed that she will be retiring from the ring “to spend time with family and loved ones” following the devastating positive diagnosis of HIV. The diagnosis comes as a shock to many of her fans, who were expecting Rousey’s dominance to persist.  This news also follows the recent allegations of boyfriend Travis Browne having sex with a transsexual prostitute.  While the UFC has not offically commented on this developing story, they confirmed this information via twitter late last week. The tweet has since been removed.

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Twitter users have been sharing their thoughts and stories with the hashtag #RondaRouseyHIV. As some of Rousey’s fans have pointed out, quite a few athletes have gone on to become very successful in their field after receiving similar news. This has led many fans to question what they are calling a ‘pre-mature retirement’. Rousey appears set to retire from sports indefinitely.

32 Comments on Ronda Rousey Confirms HIV Diagnosis

  1. I am very sad for her, but people should feel for Travis too. Everyone makes mistakes, I hope they can get through this.

  2. There are pretty skillful and talented individuals out there who would make such a credible news b*****. But, the funny thing is, they don’t get the blame but the last laugh in making readers like you a fool of yourselves. Ponder some more before believing what’s real from hoax.

    • Don’t do this Lex. Do you have any evidence that this is fake? You can’t really get on a high horse just because you don’t believe something you read.

  3. PLEASE!!!! SAY IT IS NOT TRUE, I WAS NOT EXPECTING THIS, IT CAME AS A REAL SHOCK TO ME! AND IF IT IS NOT TURE, WHO WOULD BE THE SICKO TO SPREAD THIS RUMOR!! MY PRAYERS ARE TRULY FOR RONDA AND HOPE SHE CAN CONTINUE TO BE HEALTHY AS NOW.

  4. I personally do not believe this because I’m petty sure she has just signed a new contract with the UFC and it’s gonna take her a few years to complete.

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