After defeating Bette Correia under 34 seconds on Sunday, August 2, Brazilian martial artist Ronda Rousey attended the football game at the Maracana stadium between Flamengo and Santos.
UFC star have fun in Rio de Janeiro after defeating Correia
Bette Correia was at the Maracana with her family to watch the game that ended 2-2
The 28-year-old was at the Maracana with her family to watch the game that ended 2-2.
Rousey also met fellow UFC star Jose Aldo at the game and the two posed for a photo together.
She defended her UFC bantamweight title against Bethe Correia in the opening round of their main event after just 34 seconds, flooring her with a straight right hand.
The Californian born-fighter has won her last four fights in a combined total of 130 seconds.
"Thank you very much, Brazil! For everything! For those who booed me, I love you. For those who cheered me, I love you even more," she said after the game.
"I'm really happy with my performance. It wasn't perfect, but I wouldn't have it any other way.
"I think I proved a lot to myself and everybody else about the diversity of my style and what I can do in there. I don't mind that everything ends quickly.
Watch as Ronda Rousey knocks out Bethe Correia below: