Ever since her devastating loss at UFC 207, former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey has not spoken much and has only expressed through her social media. For a few weeks she just posted some cryptic messages centered around quotes that could be loosely interpreted to have a connection with her career or her political beliefs.
Gone are the days when Ronda Rousey was almost everywhere. You couldn’t find a single MMA website that wasn’t talking about her. Her successful championship defenses became more and more impressive as each one passed, and artists around the world sent Rousey their homemade works hoping to impress the champion.
Perhaps the most popular work of art dedicated to Rousey was her mural in Venice Beach. Hundreds of people could be found taking photos with the mural behind them. All of that has changed over the last year and a half. After her recent losses, that mural has been replaced by this:
Well, Rousey is not bothered by that, and remains a fan of street art. In fact, she posted a photo of herself next to a work of art she found in NYC.
(On the second page you can see Ronda smile as she poses next to the art)