In October it was announced that the former woman's bantamweight title holder, Ronda Rousey, would return to the UFC on December 30 for UFC 207 against the current champion, Amanda Nunes. Fans have been waiting for Rousey to make her return to the UFC since she was knocked out by Holly Holm over a year ago. A hit that knocked her out of life.

The knock down heard around the world.

After Ronda lost her title championship to Holly Holm, Rousey went MIA. She disappeared from a public eye she once welcomed with open eyes. In 2015 fans saw Rousey make appearances in the movies "Entourage" and "Furious 7." Fans probably didn't notice she starred in a 2016 episode of "Drunk History" a show which reenacts historical events presented by drunken storytellers.

It was announced that a reboot of the Patrick Swayze movie "Roadhouse" would include Ronda but there has been no announcement of filming.

So where has Ronda Rousey been hiding all year?

No one really seems to know the answer. She did appear on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in early 2016. It is there she spoke of suicidal thoughts after her fight with Holm. At that time, she was raw, real, and completely unapologetic.

When Rousey announced she would be making her appearance back in the ring, current two-title holder, Conor McGregor, wished Rousey all the best and in true Conor smart mouth form, his words were "shut them all up." McGregor is quite the fan of Rousey.

Dana White gave his two cents about Rousey's lost to Holm in a statement to the Washington Press, "She felt these people in the media that she gave three years of her life cruising around, giving interviews to, completely turned on her for her loss." Perhaps that was a big reason for Rousey's silence.

Betrayal can knock anyone down no matter how tough you are.

Fox Sports.

Dana White had told Fox Sports "I promise you this, Ronda has to come in and fight Dec. 30. Ronda has to win and the girl that she's fighting is no pushover. She's nasty and tough and Ronda's got a fight on her hands there. She wins that fight, her and Cris Cyborg are eventually going to fight.

Ronda wants that fight."

MSN Sports.

But Cris Cyborg has a completely different story. On November 24, 2016 according to MSN Sports, Cris Cyborg doesn't think Ronda will ever fight her, stating, "If Ronda really wanted to fight me, she would've already did it. (Whether) she wins or loses her next fight, she's not going to fight me.

This I already know." Cyborg went on to say that if Ronda loses she will retire.

Rumors have started to circulate that Rousey is planning to retire after the Nunes fight whether she wins or loses. If that is true or not will come out after Rousey and Nunes fight and if it is anything like their terrifying stare down, it will be one of this year's most memorable fights.

It is hard not to notice the shape Rousey is in. She is focused; stronger and appears to hover over Nunes. But it has been reported by BJPenn.com that after the staredown with Nunes, Rousey had to be consoled after she left the stage which has left many wondering how Rousey's headspace really is.

What do you think Rousey fans; do you think she is ready for her comeback?

How do you think the Rousey vs. Nunes UFC 207 will go down?

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