On Monday, former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey broke her weeklong silence since her devastating knockout loss to Amanda Nunes. She took to Instagram, posting a quote from an uplifting J.K. Rowling speech. It seemed like a good sign since it was an improvement over there reaction to her previous loss, where she went radio silent for months and subsequently said that she had suicidal thoughts in the immediate aftermath of the knockout. But as soon as it seemed as iff she was on the right track, she was victimized by someone who decided to tag her Venice Beach home.
The Daily Mail reports, citing what looks like a paparazzi photograph, that Rousey’s house was vandalized with graffiti on Monday night. And didn’t really provide any further details. The graffiti isn’t very legible, but you can make out what looks like “GSP” in one section. GSP is the fan nickname for retired UFC fighter Georges St-Pierre, arguably the greatest fighter in UFC history. If that is indeed what it says, then it suggests that the vandal did indeed know whose house this was and that it wasn’t a random act.
Mediaite has reached out to the Los Angeles Police Department to determine whether or not Rousey reported the incident and will update you if we get a response.