So where is Ronda Rousey? Is she preparing for a possible rematch against arch rival Holly Holm? Well, there is every possibility that the former women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey will fight current title-holder Holly Holm to take back the crown.

According to the Bleacher Report, nearly after two week of absence, Rousey was seen walking in front of her house in Los Angeles along with her boyfriend Travis Browne on Monday. After her medical treatments, following the injuries she suffered in the last UFC 193 championship battle, she looked healthy but seemed annoyed at the paparazzi outside her house.

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ESPN sources suggest that she has been keeping a low profile for quite a while now but posted pictures of her celebrating Thanksgiving with her family on the social networking sites.

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The International Business Times reports that possible rematch is likely to happen next spring as Rousey has been given a six-month medical suspension by the UFC which will stand unless she passes a head CT scan.

She cannot fight in the next 60-days and is currently unattached with the training facilities. However, UFC president Dana White assures that there is a possible rematch between the two.

“Both of these two are going to take the next few months and go back in and start working on s–t and they’re going to clash again and this second fight will be f–king awesome,” White said during UFC announcer and analyst Joe Rogan’s podcast.

When Holm was asked about the rematch and how many times out of 10 she could beat Rousey, she stated, “Ten,” Holm said. “Because if I tell myself that there is one that I might not get, then I’ll be vulnerable.

“I also know that I’m beatable, so I’m going to train twice as hard. She’s going to come back. She’s mad that it’s not her title anymore. I’ve got to be twice as ready as last time.”