Ronda Rousey back in training for first time since Holly Holm loss

It looks like Ronda Rousey is officially blazing the comeback trail as she gets back in the gym for the first documented session with her coaches since a November 2015 loss to Holly Holm.

TMZ captured the former champion working mitts and throwing combinations with coach Edmond Tarverdyan at the Glendale Fighting Club in California this week.

Rousey had stated following a vicious head-kick knockout to Holm last year that she may not be able to take any kind of impact for "three to six months" — but it looks like she’s at least ready to start throwing hands again.

Rousey hasn’t been out in the public much since her loss to Holm outside of a couple of appearances and her recent stint on "Saturday Night Live". There’s no telling if she’s had any private training sessions since the fight with Holm, but from the kind of schedule she’s been keeping outside the cage, Rousey has been very busy. 

The former women’s bantamweight champ has been focused on her acting career over the last few months where she has a couple of upcoming film roles in the "Road House" remake as well as "Mile 22" alongside Mark Wahlberg. It was actually filming "Road House" that forced Rousey to make the call that she would be unable to return at UFC 200 in July for a rematch with Holm.

The UFC ultimately decided to scrap that plan all together and put Holm in a title fight against Miesha Tate instead at UFC 196 on March 5.

Rousey hasn’t made any comment on when she hopes to return to action, although UFC president Dana White said last week that he expects the former champion to likely get back in the Octagon around November to take on the winner of the Holm-Tate fight.

From the look of things, Rousey is at least starting to get fight-ready for her eventual return to the UFC later this year.