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Ronda Rousey made history by being the first woman to win both the UFC and WWE championships, but she will not be returning to a professional fighting ring in the near future.
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The WWE announced on August 1 that Rousey would be suspended for attacking referee Dan Engler.
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An enraged Rousey attacked the referee following her SmackDown Women's Title match, alleging he missed [her opponent] Liv Morgan tapping out to the armbar while he counted the pinfall," the company said in a statement.
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Rousey seized the referee by the arm and flipped him over her shoulder into the ring's floor, where she held him until another official intervened.
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The former Raw and SmackDown Women's Champion attacked an official at WWE SummerSlam.The 35-year-old wrestler lost the women's title fight in Nashville on Saturday against Liv Morgan.
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Rousey is scheduled to compete in the WWE's "Clash at the Castle" one month from today, according to Wrestling Observer Radio.
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Rousey blasted the WWE on Instagram on Monday, calling her opponents "your golden ladies"Former World MMA Female Fighter of the Year was suspended.
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Rousey, who competed in judo at the 2008 Summer Olympics and fought in the UFC in the 2010s.
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The WWE suspended Rousey from "Monday Night Raw" for a month in June 2018 after she assaulted wrestler Alexa Bliss and "Raw" general manager Kurt Angle
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