It’s been an eye-opening two months for former women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, who is on a medical suspension after being k.o.’d by Holly Holm at UFC 193. Rousey hasn’t said much since her unanticipated loss, but did admit in an interview with ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne that she’s been “really [expletive] sad.” Roussey’s sister wrote that a part of Rousey died that night in Melbourne.
Rousey shared a quote to her Instagram from William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night on Monday, January 4.
A depressing take on her current state from Rousey herself, who will likely have an opportunity for a re-match with Holm at the UFC 200 in July. She’s also set to star in a movie with Mark Whalberg later this year. All is not lost, just because of one fight. Rousey is still widely popular and maintains a loyal and supportive fan base.
Here is another quote posted by Rousey, refreshing in contrast her most recent.
All the best to Rousey on her road to recovery. In order to grow, you must win and lose.