Ronda Rousey's House Gets Vandalized After Devastating Loss at UFC 207

Ronda Rouse House Vandalized
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Ronda Rousey is just not having a good time right now. 

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The former UFC champion's house in Venice Beach, California was vandalized with ineligible black graffiti just weeks after her harrowing defeat against Amanda Nunes. Rousey made her return to the main stage after losing her championship to Holly Holms but lost in 48-seconds against Nunes. 

The 29-year-old has been keeping a low profile since her fight at UFC 207 in Las Vegas. She briefly came back on social media to post a quote that leads us to believe she might be looking at retiring from the ring. 

"And so rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life," the quote from J.K. Rowling reads. 

Rousey hasn't made any official announcements that she is going to return but based on the fact that she's lost twice already it seems that it might just be the best idea. 

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We hope Rousey is enjoying her time off and really starts thinking about her future.