A day after being dumbfounded by Holly Holm during UFC 193 in one of a sport’s biggest upsets, Ronda Rousey used Instagram to strech out to fans for a initial time given she was hospitalized after being knocked out in her initial career MMA loss.
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Rousey, a former judo Olympian, was dominant by 12 UFC fights before she met Holm. A win Saturday would have been Rousey’s seventh pretension defense. Instead, Holm, a 34-year-old maestro fighter from Albuquerque, New Mexico, has a championship belt.
After a loss, Rousey left a track to accept diagnosis for a concussion and facial cuts during a circuitously hospital. She skipped a post-fight media conference.
Rousey’s trainer, Mick Dolce, told reporters Sunday that Rousey would rebound behind from defeat.
“Ronda has mislaid before, she mislaid during a Olympic games,” Dolce said. “That was a good exam for her, and demeanour during how she came back, she came behind a multi-time universe champion.”
Dolce pronounced Rousey’s hospitalization was precautionary and tests had ruled out concussion.
Rovell: Rousey’s marketability takes strike from UFC 193 defeat
Ronda Rousey’s harmful detriment to Holly Holm is expected to have a dear impact on her publicity value and potentially a UFC.
“She was ecstatic (to hospital) since she got knocked out,” UFC arch Dana White pronounced in a arise of a bout. “She’s totally bummed out and depressed.”
White pronounced a expected rematch between Holm and Rousey would put other intensity matchups on a backburner.
“We don’t make fights a night of a fight, though a rematch creates a lot of sense,” he said. “The rematch is what a people wish to see.”
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.