During Rousey’s six-fight unbeaten streak in the UFC, White talked her up as one of the greatest ever female athletes in history. But — after successive defeats to Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes — Rousey’s legacy is in tatters and White wants her to officially retire aged 30. When asked about a possible comeback, White warned against it and compared Rousey’s permanent retirement to that of 47-year-old, 23-UFC fight veteran Liddell. When asked about an octagon return for Rousey, White said: “I wouldn’t want to see it. I don’t want that to happen. I care about her. She’s got enough money. She’s got enough money and all that stuff. I don’t want to see it happen. “It’s like with Chuck Liddell. I was hearing that Chuck was talking about fighting again. I hope that’s not true.” Since those concussive defeats, Rousey has carved out an impressive TV and film career and married fellow fighter Travis Browne. But she remains an inactive member of the UFC roster and because of that she faces inconvenient and intrusive drug tests from the United States Anti-Doping Agency. And White believes Rousey’s never-say-die attitude is stopping her from quitting the fight game officially. “She’s super happy,” White said. “She’s travelling. She’s hanging out, just doing her thing, you know? “Imagine never having a personal life, and then you get one. “She’s not ready to say, ‘I quit. She’s not ready to say, ‘I’m done,’ for whatever reason. “She doesn’t tick like everyone else ticks. We found that out throughout the years. “She’s got this awesome personal life. She’s super happy and why put up with that aggravation anymore? Just announce it and the USADA stuff stops.” This story originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission.