Sports Ronda Rousey’s home defaced with graffiti

07:51  11 january  2017
07:51  11 january  2017 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Ronda Rousey has endured a tough couple of weeks, and that rough patch now includes having her home tagged with graffiti . One of the photos showed a portion of the exterior of Rousey ’ s home defaced with graffiti . It’s unclear what the graffiti said.

The first photos MMA fighter Ronda Rousey since her embarrassing defeat have emerged following a report that her new home in Venice Beach was defaced with spray paint. Her new home in Venice Beach was vandalized last night with undecipherable graffiti .

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UFC Star Ronda Rousey can’t seem to catch a break whatsoever. Her last two fights have ended with her being knocked out and after she finally broke her silence following her loss to Amanda Nunes, her Venice Beach home gets vandalized with indecipherable black graffiti .

Ronda Rousey ’ s Venice Beach home was graffitied, as if things weren’t bad enough. I’m sure Ronda has enough money to get it taken care of, checkout the recent pictures of Rousey below.-TO.

The Daily Mail published photos on Tuesday of Rousey outside her home in Venice Beach, Calif. One of the photos showed a portion of the exterior of Rousey’s home defaced with graffiti. It’s unclear what the graffiti said.

Rousey, 29, was defeated by Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 in Las Vegas on Dec. 30. It was her second consecutive loss following a 12-0 start to her career.

Rousey took a year off before stepping back into the octagon following her first career defeat. She hasn’t spoken to the media since her loss to Nunes, save for a statement shared with ESPN after it. On Monday she shared a J.K. Rowling quote on Instagram about “rock bottom.”

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