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

 

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.

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:

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