Shark Week 2018 Ronda Rousey Uncaged in Fiji?

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According the the WWE,  Ronda Rousey, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women’s Bantamweight champion-turned WWE Superstar has nabbed a pretty sweet gig with Discovery Channel, as she took to social media to post about her upcoming project for the ever-popular “Shark Week.”

Ronda Rousey Loves Sharks in Fiji

It sounds like Ronda’s been diving with sharks in Fiji with the one and only Paul de Gelder one of our favorite Shark Week stars. In Fiji shark divers and shark fans from around the world are able to experience the breathtaking sight of up to eight species of sharks from Blacktip Reef Sharks, Whitetip Reef Sharks, Grey Reef Sharks, Silvertip Sharks, Tawny Nurse Sharks, Sicklefin Lemon Sharks, Bull Sharks and the occasional Tiger Shark. It’s a shark diving heaven, so no wonder Ronda Rousey went uncaged here!

Shark Week Shark Diving at Guadalupe Island

America’s Shark Boat specializes in great white shark cage diving at Guadalupe Island. We take non certified divers, or first time shark divers, into the exciting world of great white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) at Guadalupe Island to meet the sharky stars of Shark Week. Shark dive with us and discover hands on shark research and shark conservation at Guadalupe. Shark Diving For Everyone is our commitment to showcase the incredible world of white sharks with a combination of 18 years of cage diving experience, a cage system designed exclusively for non divers, top notch shark staff and cage diving crews with years of hands on shark experience.

On our dive boat you can live Shark Week like Ronda Rousey this year, you don’t have to be a WWE Superstar to dive with sharks. We have been cage diving and naming many of the white sharks you’ll be diving with this year. From the incredible 19+ foot Deep Blue, most likely the largest great white shark in the Pacific, to many of our regular white sharks like Scarboard, Lucy, and Mau. These amazing animals have become more than just whites sharks to us as we encounter them year after year – we met Scarboard 16 years ago – they have become our sharky friends. Let’s dive!