Holm won via knockout midway through the second frame, as the official decision was ref stoppage by TKO (punch to the body) at the 3:02 mark of round two.
Holm, one of the most decorated female boxers of all-time, is now 3-0, with three-straight knockout victories.
"Twitter blew up with premature demands that Holm take on UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey," Alibi.com writer Ari LeVaux reports. "Alas, Holm’s lack of confidence in her ground game and tentativeness in punishing her opponent early with strikes gives us little reason to believe she would be able to stop Ronda from taking her down and arm-barring her. But if Holm ever wanted to apply herself to developing a ground game, she would be a scary assignment for anyone."
Holm may be a long-shot at this point to challenge Rousey in her next fight, but she may be a nice choice as the rest of the UFC's bantamweight division settles in.
Miesha Tate is already slated to fight Cat Zingano in April, and Alexis Davis will likely fight Sara McMann before summer.
Rousey was expected to fight one of the four aforementioned women, but she suffered virtually no damage in her UFC 157 fight against Liz Carmouche, so she should be ready to go long before the dust clears from the Tate-Zingano and Davis-McMann matchups.
Logistically it makes perfect sense, as the timing is right for Holm to fight Rousey. Both women are on close to the same training schedules, so they could realistically fight each other as early as May.