Jade Victory, a former UFC fighter, won the title of Jade Emperor at UFC 196 on Aug. 6.
She had a rocky start in the first fight, but was able to get past Rousey.
Victory then defeated Cris Cyborg in a title fight in March.
Now, Victory will wear the Emperor’s Crown when she makes her UFC debut in November against Brazilian wrestler Jade Reign.
“The Emperor’s Curse” will be Victory’s first fight in the crown.
The crown has a number of different symbols, but one of them is the emperor, which was worn by Emperor Claudius of the Roman Empire in the early 20th century.
The crown has been on display in Rome since the late 19th century, but it wasn’t until the 20th that the crown was put on display at the Vatican, which became a symbol of Christianity.
The Vatican is a major tourist attraction in the country.
While Roman Catholic priests are not allowed to wear the crown, Victory is allowed to do so if she chooses.
Victory is the first MMA fighter in UFC history to wear a crown.
The emperor’s crown is a symbol for the Roman Catholic Church, which has been one of the most important organizations in the world of MMA.
This is the second fight that Victory will be wearing the crown when she fights.
In April, she defeated Jessica Eye in a fight that saw the Brazilian jiu-jitsu specialist finish her opponent with a single punch.
Victory had previously been wearing a similar crown when the two fought in December.