Ronda Rousey to appear at WrestleCon in Philadelphia

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Ronda Rousey is set to appear at WrestleCon over WrestleMania Weekend in Philadelphia.

The former UFC bantamweight champion and WWE performer will be appearing at the annual convention on behalf of Highspots and will be signing copies of her forthcoming memoir, Our Fight.

The book is the follow-up to her 2015 release and wrote it alongside her sister and journalist Maria Burns Ortiz.

It will be released on April 2.

Rousey wrapped up with WWE last summer after wrestling Shayna Baszler at SummerSlam in Detroit.

She has wrestled for Lucha VaVoom, Pro Wrestling Revolver, and Ring of Honor in a series of one-off matches since leaving WWE.

After the news of Vince McMahon’s resignation in January following the lawsuit filed by Janel Grant, Rousey tweeted:

Bruce Prichard is basically Vince’s avatar, if he’s still around Vince still has a hand in the business. Vince was still running things through Bruce when he was “gone” before

WrestleCon takes place from April 4-7 at The Sheraton in downtown Philadelphia with Rousey scheduled to appear on Saturday, April 6

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