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Ronda Rousey's Ex-Manager Threw Major Shade After Her Loss To Holly Holm

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There's clearly no love lost between Ronda Rousey and her ex-manager, Darin Harvey.

On Sunday morning, following Rousey's first career UFC defeat at the hands of Holly Holm, Harvey tweeted a link to an Instagram photo to apparently throw some major shade at his former client.

Harvey, who told USA TODAY he watched the fight alone at his home in Los Angeles, posted that Rousey's defeat was a result of karma.

He also said,

It was kind of bittersweet. Part of me was elated and part of me was saddened. The part of me that was saddened was that once I was identified with representing the top female fighter in the world. No longer do I have that title.

Harvey was Rousey's manager for most of her ascension through the UFC ranks, but she cut ties with him in 2013.

Rousey is currently being sued by Harvey over a contract disagreement stemming from their days working together.

Harvey told USA TODAY,

And she thought it would be OK that she didn't owe me a dime. She was like a daughter to me at the beginning. She would spend the night at my house before all of her fights. I created a monster. She believed she was as special as the press made her out to be.

He added,

In a sense it was poetic justice because she's wronged so many people that were there for her at the beginning of her career. To not be a part of something I was instrumental in creating, has been very difficult.

While it's a bit telling Rousey's detractors have only come out of the woodwork following her first UFC defeat, there could still be some credibility to Harvey's claims.

Citations: Ronda Rousey's ex-manager: 'I created a monster,' is 'bittersweet' over loss (USA TODAY)