Ronda Rousey Shares Heartfelt Message to Husband For Four-Year Anniversary: ‘My Heart, Soul and Universe’

by Josh Lanier
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UFC legend turned farmer Ronda Rousey gushed over her husband Travis Browne to her nearly 14 million Instagram followers. She called her husband and fellow MMA fighter her “everything and more.”

Rousey and Browne are celebrating their fourth anniversary today, Aug. 26. She shared some very cute photos of the couple throughout their years together in an adoring Instagram post.

“Happy Anniversary to the Sexiest Man Alive! @travisbrownemma My Heart Soul and Universe! My Everything and More! My Sun and Stars, Moon of My Life! HhmmMER to my HmmMEE!!,” she captioned the photos. “I can’t believe it’s only been four years, it feels like my life didn’t even start until you were in it. If only I knew when we met one day I’d be barefoot and pregnant feeling your baby do backflips in my belly while proclaiming my love for you and wishing you a happy fourth anniversary… Holy Sh*t! I’m the luckiest woman alive! Still Best Friends!! I Love You, Travis Browne!!!”

Ronda Rousey is eight months pregnant with the couple’s first child. Though, they share custody of two children from Browne’s previous marriage.

Ronda Rousey, Travis Brown Love Life on the Farm

Since retiring from the UFC, Ronda Rousey stays on the go. She wrestles in the WWE and acts in shows like 9-1-1. But she seems to prefer life away from the spotlight these days. She seems to enjoy a quieter life with her husband and their kids at their farm known as Browsey Acres.

Visit her Instagram and you’ll find photos of her cozying up to her cows, fixing the fence around their chicken coop, or just chilling with her goats. Not the typical social media feed of one of the most recognizable women in the world.

The couple hopes to someday make the farm 100 percent sustainable someday.

“We’re really against industrial farming,” Rousey told MMA Junkie. “We just want to be able to respect the animals. This is the way that we found to do it. When we first harvested (a cow) … we were balling our eyes out. All of our family had taken care of him over that year.”

It’s difficult not to get emotionally attached to the animals, Travis Browne said. He admits that harvesting them is one of the hardest parts of life on a farm. However, they know the animals are treated well and have a good life on Browsey Acres. Much better than what they’d have at a factory farm.

“I love animals, and I do not like killing them,” Browne added. “I love the hunt, I hate killing them, I get emotional because I love this (cow). I’m going to have to shoot him, but I need to eat meat.”

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