Just days away from UFC 207 and the much anticipated return of “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey, footage of the former UFC women’s bantamweight champion in training has surfaced. It’s currently making rounds on the interwebs. But for pretty much the wrong reasons.

As you may recall, Rousey lost her UFC title to Holly Holm in November of 2015 at UFC 193. She was brutally stopped after trying to strike with a proven striker. Since then, Rousey has stayed largely out of the public eye. Not many have seen her or knew what she was up to.

To make matters worse, Rousey has also suddenly become a snub of the media. She has refused to promote her comeback fight and has even refused to appear at the public weigh-ins.


How Has Ronda Rousey Improved Her Striking While She Was Away?

A large factor in Rousey’s decision to snub the media has been due to her inability to handle criticism. Following her loss, Rousey was ridiculed by hardcore MMA fans for her airy personality. They chastised her for trying to beat a seasoned boxer at her own game.

Rousey has credited her lead coach Edmond Traverdyan for gifting her with boxing skills. At one point, Traverdyan even claimed that Rousey’s boxing was good enough to some beat professional boxers. This drew the ire of many fans who believed it was all just a big hype job.

Now this recent clip that is doing the rounds continues to highlight Rousey’s boxing. Fans have pointed out that not much has changed in her technique. And that if Rousey were to take on reigning UFC women’s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes in this state, that she would suffer the same fate she did against Holm.


Watch The Clip And See If Anything Has Changed

Watch the clip and see for yourself whether or not what fans claim is true.

To give credit where credit is due however, Rousey is an absolute beast when she plays to her strengths. Not many fighters have the ability to hang with her when she utilizes her deadly combination of judo and Brazilian jiu-jitsu.

Will Rousey once again try to test her striking against Nunes? Or will she go back to what made her successful in the first place? UFC 207 is four days away.

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