Ronda Rousey is in WWE now — and we want her autograph to be yours

Buzz promised this contest online last week … and now we’re delivering.

Ronda Rousey is in WWE now — and we want this 2017 Topps Chrome UFC Hot Box Refractor Autograph (/20) to be yours.

How? Keep reading …

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Buzz Poll: Win or lose at UFC 207, what’s next for Ronda Rousey?


When Ronda Rousey enters the Octagon for UFC 207 on Friday night in Las Vegas it will have been one year, one month and 16 days since her career trajectory changed from unprecedented dominating badass with mainstream cameos everywhere to a rattled ex-champ with a 12-1-0 record.

Her cardboard is still arguably the hottest in the hobby — at least based on asking prices — but we all know it’s not the same as it had been when the steamroller got shocked. A win against Amanda Nunes might get the gravy train rolling back to its super-marketed hype levels — you know, something to justify all that super marketing that’s been done in her return.

But … what’s next for her cardboard if she loses again?

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Ronda Rousey signs exclusive autograph memorabilia deal with Fanatics Authentic

rousey2She may not be the champ, but she’s still in big demand — and that was enough for Fanatics Authentic.

Ronda Rousey is the latest exclusive athlete for Fanatics, the company announced on Thursday afternoon. She joins a roster that already includes Kris Bryant, Peyton Manning, Stephen Curry and Alexander Ovechkin.

“We’re really excited to partner with Ronda and create a collection of unique UFC memorabilia that caters to her widespread fan base,” said Ross Tannenbaum, President of Fanatics Authentic. “As one of MMA’s most-decorated stars, we couldn’t be more proud to add Ronda to our list of exclusive athletes.”

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Ronda Rousey & Paige VanZant battle for autograph supremacy in 2015 Topps UFC Champions

PaigeVanZant2015ToppsUFCChampionsIt’s no secret that Ronda Rousey is the face of the women’s division of UFC — if not the entire promotion — but in packs of 2015 Topps UFC Champions we’re seeing a new showdown when it comes to autographs.

It’s Paige VanZant vs. Rousey for all the marbles — or at least collectors’ dollars — so far in the first few days of the product’s release.

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