(AP) — Ronda Rousey works quickly.

The women’s bantamweight champion stopped Alexis Davis at 16 seconds of the first round. Rousey improved to 10-0 with all wins by way of submission, KO or TKO.

Rousey rocked Davis with a solid right, secured an immediate judo toss and landed nine punches, knocking out Davis and forcing the referee to stop the fight in what became the second-fastest knockout in UFC title bout history.

Rousey, jeered by fans following her past UFC victories, received a loud ovation from most in attendance.

“I’m not sure if they’ll keep cheering me,” Rousey said. “I’m not going to keep my fingers crossed, but thank you, I appreciate it.”

This was her fourth consecutive title defense. The former Olympic Judoka was praised during her post-fight interview for her improved striking skills and replied, “I box six days a week and grapple four days a week. I have more to catch up on striking, so that’s what I train the most. I think I can do better.”

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