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Ronda Rousey defeated in under a minute

Ronda Rousey stepped foot into the octagon on Friday. It was her first fight in 13 months, but she was defeated in 48 seconds.

Rousey (12-2) was rocked with a barrel of punches from Amanada Nunes (14-4). She didn’t really defend herself as she staggered and stumbled, while Nunes pursued her. In total, Nunes landed 27 punches.

Nunes won the fight when referee Herb Dean stepped in and ended it. Afterwards, Nunes said she knew she was going to be the sh*t out of Rousey. She added that she proved to everyone that she’s the best in the world.

The bantamweight champion continued to say that this was her moment and Rouset already her her time. Nunes said Rousey did a lot for the sport, but right now she (Nunes) was the champ.

Nunes insisted that Rousey would retire from MMA and go do movies. She said she was a dedicated fighter and had her team behind her. She said her team has made her into an amazing fighter and helped her get to another level.

Rousey didn’t give an interview after the fight. Instead, she left the octagon and walked back to the dressing room with her mother. Her comeback came after 13 months since her first career lost to Holly Holm. Holm defeated Rousey in the second round and she became the new bantamweight champion.

Holm then lost the title to Miesha Tate, who then was defeated by Amanda Nunes. As of now, there’s no word on who will fight Nunes next.

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