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Ronda Rousey turns her memoir into a movie on Netflix in record time

Ronda Rousey turns her memoir into a movie on Netflix in record time

Ronda Rousey is preparing to take her life's journey to the silver screen, penning the script for a Netflix biopic based on her memoir, which was completed in just seven days.

A former UFC women's bantamweight champion, Rousey has notably graced screens in several blockbuster films, appearing alongside Sylvester Stallone in “Expendables 3” and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in “Fast & Furious 7.”

After retiring from mixed martial arts, the Olympic bronze medalist successfully transitioned to the WWE Universe, capturing the Raw and SmackDown Women's Championships before bidding farewell to the ring.

As Deadline reported, Rousey is embarking on a new creative endeavor, delving into screenwriting as the final chapter of her post-sports career unfolds.

Her recently published memoir, Our Fight, candidly delves into her journey, shedding light on the previously undisclosed health challenge that ultimately led to the conclusion of her illustrious fighting career.

Netflix has now been given the green light for a biopic adaptation of her memoir, with Rosie impressively writing the script within a week.

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