UFC women's champion Ronda Rousey extended her unbeaten record on Saturday night as she knocked out challenger Bethe Correia in just 34 seconds.
The 28-year-old's defence of her bantamweight title at UFC 190, following a barrage of punches to her opponent's face, means she has now won all twelve of her professional fights.
There had been no shortage of animosity between the fighters, both previously undefeated, before the bout in Rio de Janeiro.
@RondaRousey YOOOOOOOO http://t.co/qgt5z5TInm
— TOMMYS SIXTH RING (@TOMMYS SIXTH RING)
Rousey had vowed to give her trash-talking opponent the "comeuppance you deserve" following the Brazilian's comments back in May which appeared to allude to her father's suicide - although Correia later apologised saying she didn't know her father's history.
Nevertheless, Correia further taunted the champion after beating two of her friends, according to the Washington Post, and also questioned the strength of her punches.
"I guess she can’t really say things about my hands anymore, huh," Rousey gleefully noted afterwards. We think she may be right...