Social media exploded with delight after Ronda Rousey's shock defeat at the hands of Holly Holm, all because of one thing she failed to do before the fight.
Pop star Lady Gaga, of all people, led the attack on the former UFC champion for her poor sportsmanship at UFC 193.
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"THAT'S WHAT YOU GET FOR NOT TOUCHING GLOVES!" Gaga posted to Instagram alongside a picture of Holm landing a punch on Rousey:
In UFC it is tradition to meet your opponent in the middle of the ring before a bout and to touch gloves as a sign of respect.
Before the fight Holm held her gloves out to Rousey anticipating the touch only to be rejected.
Gaga was joined by countless more on social media who hit out at Rousey for snubbing her opponent:
"Whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself will be exalted." Matthew 23:12 Ronda Rousey should've touched gloves!— Jamie Moore (@JamieMoore777) November 15, 2015
I'm a Rousey fan, but for someone who had bad sportsmanship up until she faced Holm, she had it coming. -smack talk -no touch gloves #Bye👊🏼— Ashley Rodriguez (@AshRdzOfficial) November 15, 2015
Rousey refusing to touch gloves at the start made her look an even bigger joke after getting her arse handed to her— Matthew. (@likeavillasboas) November 15, 2015
Seeing Ronda Rousey in the build up screaming in Holm's face, then refusing to touch gloves, it's so satisfying to see her get KO'd— Andy (@AJ3) November 15, 2015
Despite Rousey's lack of sportsmanship, Holm still managed to heed Gaga's words and stay humble:
Considering the weigh ins and Rousey refusing to touch gloves at the start of the fight this was pure class by Holm. pic.twitter.com/zPZOY1vhST— Chamatkar Sandhu (@SandhuMMA) November 15, 2015
And it wasn't just the general public delighted to see Rousey fall, with the woman originally expected to challenge her at UFC 193 launching an explosive tirade post-match.
After the shock loss, Miesha Tate, who was hosting a UFC 193 party in Las Vegas, didn’t hold back.
"I’m f-cking stoked; f-ck Ronda Rousey," Tate told MMA News Source.
"F-ck her and her 'Nobody has the right to beat me.' Nobody has the right to beat you? Well you just got beat, b-tch. … Anyways, I’m proud of Holly. She had a perfect, flawless game plan. She came in with it (Saturday) and now she is the champion.”