Send a Letter to Ronda Rousey

Send a Letter to Ronda Rousey

Send a Letter to Ronda Rousey

If you have been on social media or any website covering UFC and Ronda Rousey’s first professional mixed martial arts loss you have seen first hand why the champion might be down and out.  People have flooded cyberspace with plenty of mean and hurtful comments and memes since Rousey lost her title to Holly Holm at UFC 193.  Now, you can do something to possibly turn the former champ’s frown upside down.

From the Ronda Rousey Fan Club:

Dear Armbar Nation,

We have been inundated with requests from people asking where they can send fan mail to Ronda to let her know how much she has inspired them on a personal level. If you would like to send Ronda a letter, picture, fan mail, cards, etc, Armbar Nation will happily collect anything you would like to send. Please mail to:

Jessica Bueler
c/o Armbar Nation
6362 Delmar Blvd
University City, MO 63130

Armbar Nation will present Ronda with your packages on Thanksgiving when she is at home celebrating the holiday with her family.

If you would like your letter be included, please make sure we receive it by 11/23. Armbar Nation will then overnight all of your letters to AnnMaria De Mars first thing in the morning on 11/24.

To ensure that your item is included, we would recommend sending your letter no later than Saturday, 11/21 and using an overnight delivery service to guarantee that your package will be received.

If you would like to send a letter via email, please write “Thanksgiving Letter” in the subject and send to:

Thank you again for all of your support!

Jessica Bueler
CEO, Armbar Nation

5 thoughts on “Send a Letter to Ronda Rousey

  1. Can I send a letter telling her why she deserves the heckling she's been getting and how she should try a litle humility if she comes back? Or will you withold it to protect her from the glaring truth?
    She offended a lot of people while believing everything the media and her boss said about her. Fans didn't ignore her rudeness and lack of sportsmanship. That's the reality. She needs to work on that more than her boxing skills.

  2. losses are tough…but you can do this…I've been so inspired by your fighting. you are the toughest I've seen. that includes all the best…Ali. Frasier. Boom Boom Mancini and anything Lou Duva has put in the ring. You're the best.Come back and fight Holly if you want. Maybe not. but if you do you will win. you're fighting spirit inspires so many. I'm 51 years old and I've seen a whole lot of fighters. out of all of them from the 70's to today you alone have been the most inspirational…hope you get this message. please don't give up or give in to fear and doubt. you really are the best. you're choice though…I really believe win or not punching Holly in the mouth one more time will do you some good, love you, praying for you…remember you're the very best. I believe in you.

  3. Ronda, I've been a fan of yours from the start, I know what ever you choose to do, think from your heart, what do you want to do? if you want to quit go ahead if that's really what you want to do. If you want to retire from fighting go ahead if you want to encourge young girls to get into the sport do that too, do what makes you happy, I thought you were an excellent fighter, and very likeable, I will not watch your last fight, to me it didn't happen, you just wanted to quit fighting and thats what you did. I don't watch the new champ if that's what she thinks she is, out of respect to you I don't care anything about Holly or what she says or does. Gary Wilson from Mississippi.

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