Video: Ronda Rousey storms off following Amanda Nunes staredown

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How do you trump what Conor McGregor did during his UFC 205 press conference with Eddie Alvarez?

In truth, you probably couldn't trump it, but Ronda Rousey did her very best during her face-off with Amanda Nunes last night.

Rousey is making her dramatic return to the octagon in December following her year-long hiatus after she suffered a shock defeat at the hands of Holly Holm back at UFC 193.


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The UFC star has been away from the octagon since that defeat, and has also admitted that her fight next month against Nunes could be one of her last.

The 29-year-old was recently a guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and she admitted that this fight is special because it's her return fight, but also because it could be one of her last.

Rousey has plenty of fighters wanting to compete against her, but it looks like she is already considering winding down soon, with a future in WWE a real possibility.

However, her only focus for now is Nunes and her fight at UFC 207, which takes place December 30 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

The bout is set to headline the event, with the UFC bantamweight championship on the line, the title that Nunes currently holds, and the title that Rousey used to hold.

During last night's face-off between the two, Rousey stormed onto the stage after being introduced and being greeted by huge cheers, and was soon joined by rival Nunes.

After the two endured the traditional staredown, Dana White separated the two and questions were set to be asked.

However, Rousey was clearly in no mood for that, and she quickly stormed off the stage, leaving Nunes behind.

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