Following Ronda Rousey‘s knockout loss to Holly Holm at UFC 193, people have come out of the woodwork to criticize and poke fun of the former women’s bantamweight champion. Her rivals relished in her loss, although they were soundly beaten by her. Celebrities chimed in, like Lady Gaga and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. Women’s boxing legend Laila Ali was critical of Rousey’s legacy when asked about the loss.
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“I don’t want any of that to happen,” Holm told TMZ Sports. “I do feel that I come from maybe a little more humble spot, but that’s just because I don’t ever want to say that I’m this good or I’m that and have something happen to look like a fool.
“Ronda’s been a very dominant champ and has taking the sport to new levels. This fight wouldn’t have happened if she didn’t accomplish what she’s accomplished,” added the newly crowned champion.
“I think people can be pretty brutal, and when she’s in the spot that she’s in that people are going to jump ship and I don’t ever wish for that.”