UFC champion Ronda Rousey signs deal with insureon

UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has signed to become a spokeswoman for insureon, the nation’s leading online insurance agency for small businesses with more than 30,000 clients.

Plans are already underway for Rousey, who is managed by Darin Harvey, to appear in videos on insureon’s YouTube channel and on the insureon website.

“We believe Ronda’s mindset is the embodiment of what insureon’s products do for our small-business customers,” said Ted Devine, CEO of insureon, on prweb.com. “Nobody can defeat Ronda, and nobody can defeat a small business with appropriate insurance coverage. At insureon, we are committed to providing small businesses with the insurance products that protect their businesses from whatever risks they face. Our clients are fighting to support their families every day. Ronda embodies this fighting spirit.”

Rousey’s star continues to shine after she successfully defended her 135-pound title against Liz Carmouche in the first women’s fight in UFC history last month at UFC 157 at the Honda Center in Anaheim. The UFC recently announced Rousey (7-0) would serve as one of the coaches on the upcoming Season 18 of “The Ultimate Fighter,” which for the first time will feature female coaches and male and female 135-pound fighters.

The opposing “TUF” coach will be determined April 13 as Miesha Tate (13-3) faces Cat Zingano (7-0) on the main card (live on FX) of “The Ultimate Fighter 17″ finale at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.

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  • Johnny

    What’s their slogan gonna be? “Don’t Let Disaster Put Your Business In An Armbar,” perhaps?

  • http://www.facebook.com/marcus.clenney Marcus Clenney

    Don’t see how this fits for Ronda — insurance company spokesperson?

  • Anonymous

    The commercials are awesome and she looks great, you should check them out!



  • James Land

    know where I can watch the UFC fight tonight?

  • Jenine Harowitz

    haven’t tried etvshare?

  • https://www.carngo.com/car-rental/usa-los-angeles-airport-lax Sergii lominov

    A couple days ago, I wrote this article detailing what I thought was a fairly obvious play for WWE: Ronda Rousey would be suspended for injuring Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon despite the fact that McMahon had conceded her position and was offering to work with the former UFC star both personally and professionally.