Unfortunately for Ronda Rousey's upcoming Marine date, she's no longer a single lady.
UFC fighter Travis Browne dished on his and Rousey's relationship on Monday, and she confirmed to ESPN that the two are an item.
"Dating is for children. Dating is for kids," Browne said during an interview with MMA Hour. "Over the summer, through all the s**t that I had to shuffle through, that I had to sift through, Ronda and I started talking throughout the summer, and I'll say now that we are together. She's my woman and I'm her man. There’s no boyfriend, girlfriend stuff. There's no dating. We're together."
Clearly, 28-year-old Rousey and 33-year-old Browne have a lot in common. Browne is a mixed martial artist, and also competes in the UFC as a heavyweight. The two have been training out of the same gym for over a year. The fighter says he isn't bothered by Rousey's superstar status, and sees her "for who she is."
"I've gotten to know her through the gym, through all that kind of stuff," he explained. "The fact that she's out there winning ESPYS ... and the star she is on the movie screen and all that kind of stuff, I mean, that's all great -- but that's not who I know her as, if that makes sense."
"I know her as one of the hardest working athletes that I've ever seen, in this gym busting her butt on a daily basis," he added. "And through our own personal experiences of how compassionate and, really, how much of a sweetheart she really is. That's what a lot of people don't see out of her. They see that, but they don't really get to experience that."
As for Rousey, she prefers to keep the details on their romance quiet.
"I don't talk about my personal life much. That's why it's called 'personal life,'" Rousey told ESPN. "It's true that Travis and I are in a relationship. I've really enjoyed the time we have spent together and getting to know one another. And that's all I'm going to say about it."
ET recently caught up with Rousey, who talked about her highly anticipated starring role in Nick Cassavetes' Road House remake, which she revealed was a long time in the making.
"I was pursuing Road House for like two years," she said. "I really don't think that any other man could be [Patrick Swayze]. I think that it's a wise angle to take to kind of do a little gender flip of the role."