Ronda Rousey back in training for first time since Holly Holm loss

One of the biggest upsets in 2015 was when Holly Holm upset the previously unbeaten and seemingly unbeatable Ronda Rousey at UFC 193 with a brutal headkick knockout to claim the UFC women’s bantamweight championship.

Rousey has pretty much stayed out of the public eye, aside from her appearance on “Saturday Night Live,” since that loss, but it looks like she is starting to get back to her old self.

Rousey is reportedly going to make her return to the Octagon in November against the winner of the Miesha Tate and Holm fight at UFC 196 in March. TMZ shared pictures of Rousey working out in California and she looks to be getting back in good shape.

She was originally scheduled to get her rematch for the title at UFC 200 in July, but he recent movie roles in the remake of “Roadhouse” and the new film “Mile 22” pushed that date back.

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