Ronda Rousey was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame on Thursday, becoming the first female inductee in the company’s history. Rousey was the UFC’s first women’s champion, holding the bantamweight belt from 2012 to 2015 and defending it six different times.

Ronda Rousey’s dominance in the UFC made her one of the most popular fighters in history. Now with WWE, Rousey joins the UFC Hall of Fame.

Rousey has not competed in MMA since that loss. She signed with the WWE in January.

“Every time I walked into that cage, I was hoping to make you proud,” Rousey told the crowd. “We have had this incredible journey, and it was really an honor to be able to live it with you.”

You never know, maybe one day we’ll see her back in the Octagon. For the right price, my guess is she’d jump back in, but she’s making a ton of money in the WWE, so definitely not holding my breath.