Ronda Rousey Congratulates Holly Holm In ‘SNL’ Opening Monologue (Video)

by NESN Staff

January 24, 2016

Ronda Rousey addressed her loss to Holly Holm for the first time, and she did it in front of a “Saturday Night Live” audience.

The former UFC bantamweight champion has been keeping a pretty low profile since losing her title to Holm in UFC 193, but Saturday marked her first big public appearance since the Nov. 15 fight. And Rousey took a short moment in her opening monologue to congratulate Holm for beating her fair and square.

Rousey appeared in a few other skits on the NBC show, two of which were pretty funny. One was a spoof of “The Bachelor,” and even though Rousey didn’t have many lines, it still captured the essence of the reality show.

Rousey also beat up cast members (and bullies) Vanessa Bayer and Beck Bennett in skit modeled after a John Hughes movie.

Thumbnail photo via Ronda Rousey's opening "Saturday Night Live" monologue
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