UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Amanda Nunes faces off with Ronda Rousey after UFC 205 Weigh-ins in preparation for their UFC 207 fight that will take place on December 30, 2016 at Madison Square Garden on November 11, 2016 in New York City. Michael Reaves/Getty Images/AFP

Ronda Rousey’s fall from grace was almost as quick her vicious stoppages, but her first appearance at a UFC even was even more short-lived. 

UFC President Dana White had the former bantamweight champion appear after the weigh-ins for UFC 205 to hype up the title fight against current holder Amanda Nunes. 

As per TMZ, Rousey went up the stage, went for the customary fight pose while trying to wriggle away from White who separated the two fighters, and left without saying a word. 

Nunes, who beat Miesha Tate for the title in UFC 200, said in a LA Times report she was disappointed with how Rousey has behaved after losing to Holly Holm back in 2015. 

“I got the belt, I’m going to stay the same. I don’t want to be Ronda Rousey. She doesn’t want to talk to nobody,” said Nunes in the report. “This doesn’t make any sense. You want to be … like that? I want to be the best and be normal. I want to stop and sign pictures. This is the way a champion has to be.”

Rousey, as TMZ reported, stormed off despite White’s persistence to sit her down and talk with Joe Rogan.