Pictures have emerged of Ronda Rousey at her home following her recent UFC loss.
Her house appeared to have been vandalized by unidentifiable black graffiti, according to Daily Mail.
Rousey returned to the ring last month after a long absence, but was defeated by Amanda Nunes in just 48 seconds.
The Daily Mail reported that Rousey was known in the past for her arrogance in the ring, summed up by one comment when she said that she could beat everyone in her division with "one arm tied behind my back."
After Rousey's latest loss, her mother admitted that she had wanted her daughter to retire a "long time ago."
Nunes celebrated her victory, which was the third-fastest knockout in women's bantamweight history.
"I trained for this girl since my first fight in UFC, I proved to everybody I'm the best on the planet," she said afterwards, according to People. "Now Rousey's going to retire and do movies. She's already got a lot of money."
Rousey made her first post to social media earlier this week following the fight.
"And so rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life," she wrote, citing a quote from "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling.
Some have speculated that this indicates Rousey is planning to retire.
She raised this possibility herself prior to the bout with Nunes.
"I'm wrapping it up," she said during an appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. "This is definitely one of my last fights. Everyone better watch because the show isn't gonna be around forever!"
The Daily Mail report expressed concern about Rousey's well-being, noting that she previously admitted to having suicidal thoughts.
"I was down in the corner [of the medical room], and I was like, 'What am I anymore if I'm not this?' I was literally sitting there and thinking about killing myself," she said following a previous loss in November 2015, the Mail reported.