‘SNL’: Ronda Rousey Congratulates Holly Holm on UFC Win [WATCH]

By Kyle Dowling | Jan 24, 2016 03:00 PM EST
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UFC's own Ronda Rousey stepped out of the octagon and into Studio 8H last night to host Saturday Night Live with musical guest Selena Gomez. During her monologue, the former champ took a (quick) second to congratulate Holly Holm for her win against Rousey from back in November.

Rousey took to the stage to note that it was her first public appearance since having lost to Holm, and her first time ever being on live television without getting "punched in the face."

She took some time to explain that despite having lost the match to Holm, it was the one for Holly to win.

"It's also the first time I'm talking to my fans since my loss to Holly Holm in November, which, by the way, was the fight that Holly deserved to win."

Rousey then showed her good sportsmanship side and offered a minute of congratulatory live television time to Holm.

Actually, it was more like a literal second.

Check out Rousey's full monologue over on NBC.

Rousey's episode had a number of memorable moments outside of her congratulating Holly Holm. The show poked fun at former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's endorsement of GOP frontrunner Donald Trump as well as an interesting admission from key player Leslie Jones, who explained to Weekend Update co-host Colin Jost that she plans on having sex with Leonardo DiCaprio. How so? By luring him in with the offer to make him a ham sandwich after sex.

Which is what every man wants after sex, no?

Oh, and Larry David is going to be hosting this coming Feb. 6. Which is pretty, pretty, pretty, pretttaaay wonderful.

 @rondarousey killed it last night! Big thanks to our incredible host. #SNL

A photo posted by Saturday Night Live - SNL (@nbcsnl) on Jan 24, 2016 at 10:24am PST

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