Former UFC bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey has announced that she is winding her career down, and that her next fight could be one of her last.
Now, UFC president, Dana White has confirmed her desire to bring her MMA career to an end.
"I think when she says she's done, she's done," he said when asked by TMZ if he thought she'd retire and maybe return someday down the road. "It's winding down for Ronda."
White says that at this stage in Rousey's career, she's ready to hang up her gloves and focus on her budding acting career.
"She has made a lot of money, and she has accomplished what she set out to do," White said. "You get to a point, especially in this business, where you have to start looking at things, and she loves acting."
Rousey will face Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 on December 30 with hopes of regaining the bantamweight belt she lost to Holly Holm at UFC 193.