2017 is not starting off well for Ronda Rousey.
10 days after suffering a 48-second knockout loss to Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 in Las Vegas, Nevada, the former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women’s Bantamweight champion had her home in Venice Beach, California vandalized.
According to dailymail.co.uk, "Rowdy’s" house was tagged with black graffiti all across a side panel, which you can see below:
No arrests have been made or motives behind the senseless act of vandalism were revealed.
This is isn’t the first act of vandalism targeting a high-profile mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter, as former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis had his cars broken into and torched in his own driveway in his hometown of Milwaukee last year. Arrests were eventually made and the suspects are now behind bars.
Ronda — who banked a whopping $3 million for her comeback — took to Instagram early this morning to post this cryptic message, which could have been swayed by the recent attack on her house, as well as her loss to Nunes.
The former 135-pound queenpin has not revealed whether or not she will continue fighting, but hasn’t gone into full seclusion as she did following on her loss to Holly Holm, releasing a statement immediately after her UFC 207 defeat, as well as the aforementioned post.
She also seems to be doing much better mentally, as members of her team insist "Rowdy" is in a good place emotionally.