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Ronda Rousey’s home vandalized after UFC 207 defeat

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Ronda Rousey’s new home in Venice Beach was vandalized with graffiti, almost two weeks after her UFC 207 loss to Amanda Nunes.

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After her stinging defeat in the hands of Amanda Nunes at UFC 207, Ronda Rousey is still on the receiving end of misfortunes. Recently, it was discovered that her new home in Venice Beach, California, was vandalized by still unknown individuals.

The news was first reported by Daily Mail, showing a photo of the side panel of the house tainted by graffiti in black spray paint, bearing an unreadable message.

While she did have her share of supporters after her loss, Rousey was also lambasted by many, including current champion Amanda Nunes. For her part, the former champion and Olympic judoka has maintained her silence, which she had upheld throughout her entire camp leading up to the fight. But on Monday, she did break her silence through an Instagram post, quoting author J.K. Rowling.

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While she did say that UFC 207 could be “one of her last fights”, Rousey’s next career move remain unclear, as of the moment. According to her coach Edmond Taverdyan, everything is “all good” and “no plans have been made yet.”