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UFC 207 release promo video on Ronda Rousey's return

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Everyone is still talking about UFC 205 where we saw Conor McGregor beat Eddie Alvarez fight for the Lightweight belt.

As you’re well aware, McGregor was the big winner of the night and his victory saw his claim his second UFC belt - becoming the first fighter to do so.

But we’re already looking forward to future events in the sport - most notably UFC 207.

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Why?

The return of Ronda Rousey, of course.

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After spending a year out of action, Rousey is back with her sights set on the belt she once held.

For years, she was, without doubt, the champion of women’s UFC bantamweight division.

That was until she met Holly Holm in Melbourne.

UFC 193: Rousey v Holm

Holm got the better of Rousey and we’ve haven’t seen the 29-year-old since.

Meanwhile, the bantamweight belt has changed hands twice, with Miesha Tate and Amanda Nunes both winning title fights.

And it will be the latter who Rousey will face on December 30 in the T-Mobile Arena in Toronto.

Rousey recently admitted to TV host Ellen Degeneres that her MMA career is coming to an end and, if she loses to Nunes, it could be the last we see of her.

Therefore, to whet your appetite ahead of the return of a legend, UFC have released a brilliant promo video for UFC 207.

As expected, it focuses wholly on Rousey and, in the video, she says: "Fighting is the most important thing in the world so I have to keep going. I was doing what I'm the best in the world at and I need to do it again." 

Take a look at the video below:

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Topics:
Dana White
Jose Aldo
Nate Diaz
UFC
Conor McGregor
Ronda Rousey

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