File - In this Feb. 22, 2014, file photo, Ronda Rousey looks around after defeating Sara McMann in a UFC 170 mixed martial arts women's bantamweight title bout in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)
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Mixed martial arts superstar Ronda Rousey said Tuesday that next month's comeback bout against Amanda Nunes will be one of her last-ever fights.Confirmation of Rousey's return after a protracted absence has created a huge buzz with organizers predicting record pay-per-view buys.However, Rousey, one of MMA's biggest stars who has helped widen the sport's growing global appeal, said on "The Ellen Show" that she is already eyeing her retirement.Rousey, a former Olympic judo medalist who has used her MMA fame to help launch a career in Hollywood, said the ever-increasing demands on her time had left her weary of the sport.
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