A Rousey-ing Defeat

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Former UFC champion Ronda Rousey returned to the octagon last night in her first fight in over a year. Sadly, her comeback lasted as long as I would with her in bed.

Ronda Rousey was once again pummeled by a striker and lost her second consecutive bout.

The former women’s bantamweight champion was completely outclassed in the striking game by Amanda Nunes, who stopped Rousey at 48 seconds of the first round to retain her women’s bantamweight championship in the main event of UFC 207 at T-Mobile Arena.

Nunes landed a big right just seconds into the fight that clearly hurt Rousey, who was fighting for the first time since a stunning defeat at the hands of Holly Holm on Nov. 14, 2015.

Damned shame. Rousey is an amazing fighter, but after two brutal defeats, one has to wonder what her UFC future holds… if there is one at all.

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5 thoughts on “A Rousey-ing Defeat

  1. RR might have some potential in MMA if she would get rid of her coach, who seems to think she is some kind of striker, she is not. She needs to be coached in techniques to avoid blocking strikes with her face, while also getting her opponent to the ground quickly, which is RR’s strength.
    On another note, Wyatt, you can have her, to me she is the epitome of everything that makes a woman unattractive.

    L-Frame S&W

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