Ronda Rousey photographed for the first time after discovering her Venice Beach home had been vandalized.
Former bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey’s unlucky streak continues as it appears her Venice Beach, CA home was vandalized just weeks after her loss to Amanda Nunes at UFC 207. Rousey hasn’t been seen publicly since the loss.
According to reports from the Daily Mail, the home of the former queen of the UFC was vandalized by what appears to be a gang tag. Photos can be seen here. The tag does not address Rousey, or her loss.
I don't even know what that says…the 12 year old kid who did it probably didn't even know that was Rousey's househttps://t.co/Ui9H87ZpEs
— The King (@mma_inciter) January 10, 2017
Venice beach is a known graffiti target, so it could be a random act — not directly targeted at the sports star, but it definitely adds to the dark cloud that is surely hanging over the Rousey household.
Rousey is an admired figure in the city, which celebrates her residency with a gigantic mural of the former champion. Just yesterday, Rousey posted an Instagram quote leading people to believe that she had hit “rock bottom.”
Rousey lost to Amanda Nunes in what was supposed to be her comeback fight. The finish came just 48 seconds into the first round, making it her second loss in a row inside the Octagon.
Rousey has not yet commented about the vandalism.