Ronda Rousey is truly the queen of the UFC.
The 28-year-old ball-buster knocked out her Brazilian opponent, Bethe Correia, in just 34 seconds at the UFC 190 in Rio de Janeiro, defending her undefeated record and title as the UFC women's bantamweight champion.
The Saturday night fight was Rousey's third KO to come in at well under the one-minute mark.
The outspoken wrestler even spit out, "Don’t cry," after the takedown, words Correia tried to threaten Rousey with earlier in the week.
Sorry, Rousey doesn't mince words either!
As incredible as the win was, even Rousey admitted afterwards that sometimes she has trouble "absorbing it all."
While it didn't shock many that the California native brought her record to 12-0, the short bouts keep wowing her fans again and again. In fact, her celeb followers took to Twitter to congratulate Rousey on her latest win.
No one messes with Rousey, especially when she puts on such a good (albeit short) show.
She also may have had the greatest tweet of all, sharing a photo walking arm-in-arm with her family.
ET sat down with Rousey to find out what it's like to go toe-to-toe with the bad-ass babe. Find out what she had to say about her attitude in the video below.