Ronda Rousey took offense to those calling her out for discussing her retirement recently.
The former Olympian, who will face Miesha Tate at UFC 168: Weidman vs. Silva 2 in December, was quoted in a story saying she would likely be leaving MMA in the next few years.
Rousey, on Twitter Saturday, made it known that she was just talking – nothing has been set in stone.
“To everyone giving me shit for ‘hypothetically retiring’ someday…I’ll retire when I feel like my mark has been made and I’m ready to make babies,” Rousey posted. “My best guess was 2-3 years but that’s a guess, who knows, the day I’m not overjoyed (to) go (to) the gym is the day I quit. Could be tomorrow or in seven years.”
The UFC female bantamweight champion has made headlines in the past few weeks thanks to landing roles in a pair of upcoming movies. That, though, has also sparked talk that she will follow former women’s MMA superstar Gina Carano to Hollywood.
Rousey is set to begin filming for “The Expendables 3” in the coming weeks, while she has also been cast for “Fast & Furious 7.”