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Even though she got knocked down, you better believe Ronda Rousey is getting back up!
After Holly Holm's match-winning kick to the face left her unconscious and hospitalized, the former UFC Women's Bantamweight champ was "really f*cking sad" she won't be retiring undefeated.
Speaking to ESPN The Magazine, the MMA Fighter explained her injuries were even more severe than we realized.
"It might be three to six months before I can eat an apple, let alone take an impact."
Even though Rousey is still pretty knocked up from the fight that put an end to her winning streak, she has a positive outlook on the future, continuing:
"Maybe I can't do it all before my prime, before my body is done. But f*ck it, maybe I can."
And even though her blunt attitude has rubbed some people the wrong way — including Donald Trump, who said he was "glad" Rousey lost because she was "not a nice person" — the fighter isn't apologizing!
While she admits she is blunt, the 28-year-old isn't about to change her behavior to make others comfortable! She added:
"Most people get scared away from having an opinion. It's not so much my opinions everybody relates to, it's that I don't care about being punished for it."
We love how unapologetic Rousey is, and hope she recovers quickly to return to the ring!
Check out the entire interview when Ronda's cover issue of ESPN The Magazine's "Ideas of the Year" issue, hitting stands this Friday!
[Image via ESPN Magazine.]