Ronda Rousey and fellow UFC fighter Travis Browne are getting married this weekend, the same day the fight between Connor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather will happen. The announcement came from UFC president Dana White during his guest appearance on "The Rich Eisen Show" on Friday. Unfortunately, the momentous event will not be added by White because of the much-anticipated fight between McGregor and Mayweather. "Ronda Rousey gets married tomorrow. Tomorrow is her wedding," he said.

The UFC president also revealed that Rousey is in a good place and is happy with the way things are now.

Despite her recent loss to Holly Holm in November 2015 followed by another one against Amanda Nunes in December 2016, the fearless fighter has not announced any desire to retire from the sports. According to White, Rousey is currently concentrating on her upcoming wedding this weekend, August 26, 2017.

Engagement of Travis Browne and Ronda Rousey

In April this year, the couple announced their engagement after almost two years of dating. Ronda, who was then promoting the "Furious 7" movie revealed on the U.S. morning show Live! her engagement to Travis Browne. She also revealed a glimpse on what they planned for the wedding saying, "We're going to do, like, a backyard Mexican, Corona (beer) party, but in Hawaii."

It is not known whether the couple had planned the wedding date ahead of time or a spur of the moment decision in order to veer the attention to the McGregor-Mayweather fight.

According to Yahoo! Sports, this will be the second marriage for Browne and the first for Rousey. Travis Browne married fitness model Jenna Webb in 2015 and separated few months after Webb accused Browne of domestic violence. Browne has since denied the allegations.

Past fights, statistics, and update

Ronda Rousey gained fame for her untarnished 12-0 record in 2015.

Following the beginning of her decorated fighting career were her two significant losses to Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes in November 2015 and December 2016. In the wake of those losses, Rousey has removed herself from the public atmosphere. Following her disappearance from the UFC limelight is her appearance on the movie "Furious 7," an acting career that seems to fit her after slowing down from the sports.

Rousey won all of her three amateur fights in 2010-2011 and currently holds a 12-2 career statistic. The 30-year-old, outspoken American fighter is expected to return to the ring soon with renewed fierce and power for the opponent.