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For those who hoped Ronda Rousey would make her triumphant UFC comeback after losing her first ever fight to Holly Holm in 2015 via KO, UFC 207 back in December marked a huge disappointment as Rousey got easily dispatched by Amanda Nunes.

In what many surmise to be Rousey’s final fight, Nunes attacked her from the opening bell and tore her apart with lefts and rights to end the fight in just 48 seconds and retain the Women’s Bantamweight Championship.

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Ahead of her loss to Holm, Rousey was on a 12-fight win streak dating back to 2011, and had beaten a who’s who of contenders, taking out the likes of Miesha Tate (twice), Sara McMann, Alexis Davis, Cat Zingano and Bethe Correia.

But now with two back-to-back losses, Rousey’s future is very much up in the air. She’s spoken openly about settling down with UFC fighter Travis Browne and continuing her acting career. We’ll see where this conclusion takes her.

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