RONDA ROUSEY was left humiliated after being KO'd by Amanda Nunes just 48 seconds into their December 2016 fight.
But despite the UFC 207 defeat, the American, now 34, raked in a staggering £2.3million.
Having landed just seven strikes during the fight, Rousey pocketed an outrageous £330,000 per hit.
And to this day, that makes Rousey the top-paid UFC star per strike in history, according to bonus.ca.
Jose Aldo comes in second after being KO'd just 13 seconds into his UFC 194 clash with Conor McGregor.
The Brazilian MMA star landed just one blow that night – and still walked away with £308,000 for his short night at the office.
Irish legend McGregor comes in third on the list for his part in the very same fight.
Notorious walked away with £385,000 that night – but having landed five strikes, he pocketed just £77,000 per blow.
McGregor takes the final spots in the top five, too.
The Irishman raked in £57,750 per strike for his 2015 win over Eddie Alvarez – landing 40 of his efforts.
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He earned £24,063 per strike during his infamous defeat to Khabib Nurmagomedov, despite connecting with a sky-high 96 attempts.
His Russian opponent sits eighth on the all-time earnings per strike list, at £14,808 per blow, having landed 104 efforts during his win.
McGregor's two fights with Nate Diaz in 2016 see him take tenth and 11th on the list at £11,726 and £11,667 per strike respectively.
But those tallies pale in comparison to Rousey's spectacular 2016 pay-day.
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