Ronda Rousey keeps promise, leaves UFC title belt with Brazil judo school after beating Correia
Ronda Rousey makes good on her promise to a local judo school in Rio. 

Ronda Rousey kept her promise to a local judo school in Rio de Janeiro, leaving the UFC title belt with them after her victory over Bethe Correia.

The Olympic judo medalist who is undefeated as an MMA fighter left the judokas, young and old, all smiling as she haned over the UFC belt to the mentors and students of Instituto Reação.

Rousey, who made the promise to the judo school before UFC 190 in Rio, where she stopped home bet Correia in 34 seconds.

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The athletes at the institute were elated, having a fellow judoka, the Beijing Olympics bronze winner at that, and receiving the special gift.

“Today we received a special visit in @InstitutoReação ! Ronda Rousey came here and gave us her UFC Belt! Thanks a lot @rondarousey! It was a big honor!”

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You're a true champion, Ronda.

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