Holly Holms shocked the world on Saturday night as she landed a vicious, second-round, head-kick knockout of Ronda Rousey to take her title at UFC 193 in Melbourne, Australia.

“I have to say that everything that we worked on presented itself in the fight. Every kind of grab that she tried to get and clinch on the cage. I have not spent this much time in the gym before any fight in my life,” Holm said after the historic win.

Rousey was not available for comment, as the former champ was transported to a hospital immediately after exiting the Octagon. UFC president Dana White said Rousey had a split lip but did not have any serious injuries.

Holm was touted as the toughest challenger to Rousey’s bantamweight title ever since she signed with the UFC, but she walked into the fight as much as a 20-to-1 underdog.

That all changed as soon as the fight started, as Holm showed poise and a picture-perfect strategy used to dismantle Rousey in less than six minutes.