After a blockbuster weekend in which she knocked out Bethe Correia in 34 seconds in Brazil, UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is ready for more of the spotlight.

In an exclusive, Variety is reporting that Paramount Pictures has secured the rights to Rousey’s best-selling autobiography “My Fight/Your Fight,” with Rousey starring and playing herself.

Rousey teamed with sister Maria Burns Ortiz to pen “My Fight/Your Fight,” which covered Rousey’s struggles and rise to stardom as a bronze medal-winning Olympic judoka and MMA phenom.

Mary Parent is producing “My Fight/Your Fight” along with Rousey, with Mark Bomback adapting the screenplay and serving as executive producer.

UFC President Dana White has deemed Rousey his company’s biggest star, which was evident after the outpouring of headlines and the social-media tsunami that erupted after on Saturday in the main event at UFC 190 in Rio de Janeiro.

Rousey is 12-0 with 11 first-round finishes and eight in the first minute. She has defended the UFC title six times after the UFC named Rousey its 135-pound champion following its purchase of Strikeforce, where she was the bantamweight champ.

White said he would like Rousey to fight Dec. 5 at AT&T Stadium in Dallas in her third bout with heated rival and No. 1 contender Miesha Tate. After that, the Venice resident will begin shooting the action film “Mile 22,” directed by Peter Berg and starring Mark Wahlberg and Iko Uwais.

Rousey has appeared in “The Expendables 3,” “Furious 7″ and “Entourage.”

Rousey also has signed on to star in the Warner Bros. action film “The Athena Project.”

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