UFC champion Ronda Rousey hopes her car will be treated with due respect REUTERS/Phil McCarten

UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey hopes that the buyer of her old car will not commit lewd acts inside the said vehicle.

The 28-year-old California native had her long-serving Honda Accord auctioned out on eBay last week, with the 77th bidder being the lucky person to take it home for around $21,000. Its wiring system was already defective, but the suspected fan that bought it was more than compensated as it came with a sports memorabilia from Rowdy herself.

Rousey affectionately recalled some of the tough experiences that she went through, through a note, with her loyal subject -- her vehicle -- by her side, which she named "The Fonda."

""You were the best noble steed I could ask for. You never broke down, you hung in there when I couldn't afford to change your oil. I could always depend on you. I love you, enjoy retirement," read the note that she placed on her car's dashboard.

Above all, Rousey hopes that her car will be treated with due respect and care, despite it being an inanimate object.

"The Fonda will always have a special place in my heart," Rousey told TMZ.

"I love it very much and hope that the next owner will be someone who will love and respect it. And not some crazy super fan who jerks off to it everyday."

Meanwhile, Rousey has already began training for her upcoming title fight against Bethe "Pitbull" Correia on August 1, 2015. Correia, despite being ranked no. 7, was able to get the champion's attention after defeating two of the latter's teammates and close friends, Jessamyn Duke and Shayna Baszler.

The said bout will be held at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Capacity crowd will be expected because of the champion's legion of followers around the globe.

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