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Amanda Nunes lands another shot on Ronda Rousey on Twitter after big victory

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Nunes says Rousey 'can't take it anymore' (0:59)

UFC women's bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes believes that after beating Ronda Rousey in 48 seconds, the former champion will retire. Nunes also critiques the game plan put together by Rousey's team. (0:59)

Amanda Nunes made Ronda Rousey's return to the Octagon a short one Friday night at UFC 207 in Las Vegas, as she dominated Rousey in just 48 seconds to retain her bantamweight title.

And Nunes herself threw one last punch not long after the fight, tweeting this picture about how she owns Rousey.

Of course, there was plenty of other social media reaction throughout the sports world because of the stunning and swift outcome, the uncertainty of Rousey's MMA future, and the emergence of Nunes as the next big star after such a decisive victory.

Here's a sampling of the reaction from the world of MMA and beyond:

-- James Quintong