Former WWE and UFC Hall of Famer Ronda Rousey has gotten some new ink documenting her MMA wins on her forearm.
Rousey hasn't been seen in UFC since her loss to Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 and ventured into pro wrestling in recent years. On her YouTube channel, the former bantamweight champion posted a video in which she went over the first 15 wins of her MMA career while receiving a tattoo to commemorate the number of seconds it took to defeat each of her opponents. Rousey also shares little-known snippets of information about those fights and the often odd circumstances surrounding them.
With her fighting debut in 2010, Rousey’s tattoo includes her first three amateur bouts, which all lasted under 57 seconds. The UFC Hall of Famer also won her first four pro fights in under a minute and she recalls making her pro debut against Ediane Gomes shortly after she had to receive stitches when her roommate’s dog bit her foot. Rousey has the luxury now of getting tattoos as and when she pleases, a stark contrast from her UFC days. Check out this video of Dana White explaining why he stopped "Rowdy" from getting inked-up previously.