Ronda Rousey made history as the first woman to win both the UFC and the WWE championship, but she won’t be seeing the inside of another professional fighting ring anytime soon.

The WWE announced on August 1 that Rousey would be suspended following an attack on referee Dan Engler.

Rousey allegedly attacked the official after her SmackDown Women's Title Match, accusing him of missing Liv Morgan tapping out to the armbar as he counted the pinfall.

During the incident, Rousey grabs the referee's arm and flips him onto the ring's floor before pinning him down until the other official intervenes.

In addition to the suspension, the fighter was fined an undisclosed amount of money in addition to the suspension.

On the day before her punishment was announced, Rousey posted photos of the match to her Instagram account, writing, "Hey @wwe, please stop screwing me to put over your golden girls.

She has posted on Instagram since the suspension, thanking a variety of stylists and brands for her look, but has not commented further.

Due to Rousey's suspension, she will not be appearing on this week's Friday Night SmackDown as well.

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