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Ronda Rousey talks, says having hard time eating after UFC loss

Holly Holm, left, punches Ronda Rousey during their UFC 193 bantamweight title fight in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015. Holm pulled off a stunning upset victory over Rousey in the fight, knocking out the women's bantamweight champion in the second round with a powerful kick to the head Sunday.
Holly Holm, left, punches Ronda Rousey during their UFC 193 bantamweight title fight in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015. Holm pulled off a stunning upset victory over Rousey in the fight, knocking out the women's bantamweight champion in the second round with a powerful kick to the head Sunday. AP

Ultimate Fighting Champion star-turned-actress Ronda Rousey is still struggling to eat almost a month after her brutal knockout defeat by Holly Holm. Breaking her silence in a new interview with ESPN magazine, Rousey admits she is still healing from the big hit, which also knocked loose a few of her teeth.

She also admitted, “It might be three to six months before I can eat an apple, let alone take an impact.”

Rousey confessed that she is “really sad” about the defeat, but is determined to bounce back and regain her status as the UFC’s leading female star.

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