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It's been a year since former women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey stepped into the . But when she finally booked her return, the GOAT promptly announced her desire to retire.

commentator Joe Rogan, is taking exception to that.

"It's exciting to see her to come back if she wants to come back, but whenever someone starts saying a couple more fights and then I'll go into movies, I go, 'Man, I don't like hearing that. Because when you have one foot out the door, you should probably have both feet out the door," he said to TMZ.

Rousey announced her intention to wind down her MMA career on the Ellen show last week, and then UFC President Dana White backed that up by saying she'd be focusing on her acting career following her eventual retirement.

But Rogan has doubts that Rousey is as dedicated to a retirement as she may sound.

"She might not really have one foot out the door," he said.

will return to face the current bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes at in December with hopes of getting the bantamweight title back that she lost to Holly Holm at UFC 193.


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