They spent Saturday night in Hawaii getting married, in what Rousey previously described as a "backyard Mexican Corona party."
Both the UFC fighters posted photos from the wedding on their Instagram pages. "What an amazing day!! She is so perfect in every way! She makes me so happy! She is my other half!" Browne wrote on one picture.
"The love of my life," Rousey wrote in the caption of what appears to be their first kiss as a married couple.
Photographer Michael Mardones provided some behind the scenes shots too.
The Rousey and Browne nuptials come as both fighters seem to be struggling with their future in MMA. Browne, a longtime UFC heavyweight, has lost four straight fights and six of his last eight. After his last loss at UFC 213 to Aleksey Oliynyk, UFC honcho Dana White said it's probably time for the 35-year-old to move on from the sport.
"This is one of those sports where you never know. One minute you’re absolutely unbeatable and unstoppable, and the next minute you can’t win a fight. I think that Travis should retire," White said.
White's comment came just days after he suggested that Rousey is done with MMA too. “People ask me, ‘Do you think Ronda (Rousey) is coming back?’ No. I think Ronda’s going to retire,” he told MMA Junkie. “Ronda hasn’t retired, but my opinion is, I think she will."