Amanda Nunes apologizes to Ronda Rousey for post-fight behavior

When Amanda "The Lioness" Nunes knocked out Ronda Rousey at UFC 207, the new champ ruffled a few feathers with her response. She called out Rousey's coach Edmond Tarverdyan, the fans and Rousey herself in the hours following the fight. Most will remember this tweet.

Tuesday afternoon, Nunes apologized for that behavior through her Instagram.

The apology from Nunes came a day before Rousey's 30th birthday. The former bantamweight champion has not responded to the apology, nor has she been particularly active on social media since her defeat in December. In honor of her 30th, however, here's a little early #TBT.

Returning the advice she gave me at weigh-ins #DontCry #UFC190 #andSTILL

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