Ronda Rousey


WWE Planned Ronda Rousey To Defeat Sasha Banks At HITC, New Banks/Naomi Details

Additional details about Monday’s WWE RAW plans have surfaced. As previously reported, Naomi was scheduled to win the Women’s 6-Pack Challenge and challenge Bianca Belair for the Women’s Championship. The original storyline had Naomi going to Hell In A Cell and lose against Bianca Belair, according...
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Smackdown: Ronda Rousey is the new undisputed leader

The Bloodline reaches the ring! Roman Reigns asks to be recognized and then says that he is indestructible, while apparently, his cousins ​​have rivals, but what will they do? Jey Uso takes the microphone, but ..: THE RK-BROS ARE COMING!. Randy Orton says Reigns prides himself on defeating...
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Ronda Rousey Thanks Raquel Rodriguez After WWE SmackDown Match

– As noted on last Friday’s edition of WWE SmackDown, Raquel Rodriguez answered an open challenge from SmackDown Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey, who beat Rodriguez in their one-on-one match. Rousey later took to her Instagram this weekend, praising WWE’s robust women’s division, and she thanked Rodriguez for the challenge.

WWE's Ronda Rousey Retains in Surprise SmackDown Women's Title Match Against Raquel Rodriguez

WWE SmackDown was full of surprises, including a shocking SmackDown Women's Championship match. It all started when Ronda Rousey came out to celebrate her win against Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania Backlash. Rousey said "Charlotte Flair was a 13 time World Champion. That is an impressive statistic. Was is the key term there because I have the SmackDown Women's Championship Title now. I have to give her credit because she was one of the biggest challenges I've ever faced, and I had to break her arm to get her to say I quit, though I would've died before I would utter those words, but that's just me." Then she said she thought fans wanted a fighting Champion, and so she issued a challenge to the locker room, and then Raquel Rodriguez's music hit.
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WWE SmackDown: Ronda Rousey defends title in open challenge match

Just days after winning gold, Ronda Rousey defended her title on WWE SmackDown this week in an open challenge. Welcome back to my weekly SmackDown roundup, this time covering the May 13 edition of the show featuring Rousey vs. Raquel Rodriguez, RK-Bro calling out The Usos again and Corbin attacking Madcap Moss.

Raquel Rodriguez Trends After Her Match Against Ronda Rousey On WWE SmackDown

Raquel Rodriguez has received a lot of praise on social media for her performance against SmackDown Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey on this week’s SmackDown. For those who missed the show, Rousey issued an Open Challenge for the title, which was answered by Rodriguez. “Raquel” has also been trending...

What's next for Ronda Rousey?

Last night Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey faced off in an intense I Quit Match that led them to battle in and out of the ring with all the items at their disposal provided by the WWE, but also by the arena itself. In fact, during the dispute, we saw the two use chairs, kendo sticks, barricades, the comment table and so on and so forth, getting injured in an important way, but fortunately not serious.

Booker T Praises Ronda Rousey For Performance At WWE Wrestlemania Backlash

In the latest episode of his Hall of Fame podcast (via Wrestling Inc), Booker T praised the performance of Ronda Rousey at WWE Wrestlemania Backlash, where she faced Charlotte Flair in an I Quit match. Here are highlights:. On Ronda Rousey’s improvement: “Well, I can tell you this, you could...
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Turn Heel? Ronda Rousey Feud? Reacting to Fans' Alexa Bliss Booking Ideas

Welcome to the Bleacher Report pro wrestling mailbag. The B/R community has always been outspoken, especially when it comes to opinions on professional wrestling and its biggest stars. We will answer your questions and react to your hot takes about WWE, All Elite Wrestling and the world of pro wrestling.
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Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair Beat Each Other Into Sublime Smithereens

As much as the Seth Rollins–Cody Rhodes match—and the main event—lit up the message boards at last night’s Backlash show, my heart is with the brutal showdown for the SmackDown women’s championship. The “I Quit” match has a long and impressive history in pro wrestling. The first famous “I Quit” match was Tully Blanchard vs. Magnum T.A., at Starrcade 1985, a hellaciously violent match that ended with the virtuous babyface Magnum embracing his inner psychopath and driving a broken chair into Tully’s eye. The WWE has never really done a fully satisfying “I Quit” match—Rock vs. Mick Foley is the most famous and certainly delivered the brutality, with the Rock unloading with multiple concussive chair shots in front of Foley’s family, but it was marred by an unsatisfying overly cute finish with Rock playing a previous recording of Foley saying “I quit” over the arena speakers. Although it wasn’t gore-soaked like Magnum vs. Tully, in many ways the Ronda vs. Charlotte match on Sunday night had the same kind of ragged, unhinged violent energy that made that such a classic.

*Spoiler* Who won between Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair?

One of the most anticipated titled matches of the night just staged, with the latest WWE PPV, Wrestlemania Backlash leaving a lot of emotion to WWE Universe fans is undoubtedly the one that saw Ronda Rousey chasing Charlotte Flair's Smackdown Women's Championship, after failing the first attempt to seize it at Wrestlemania, where Charlotte had managed to keep the belt, obviously with her usual incorrect means.

Ronda Rousey becomes WWE SmackDown Women's Champion

May 9 (UPI) -- Ronda Rousey became the new SmackDown Women's Champion at WWE's WrestleMania Backlash event. Rousey won the title after defeating Charlotte Flair in a violent I Quit match on Sunday. The bout is won after one competitor forces the other one to say "I quit." The hard-hitting...

WWE coming to Utica with Seth Rollins, Ronda Rousey, more

World Wrestling Entertainment is returning to Central New York this summer. The WWE will hold a “Sunday Stunner” event on July 24 at 7 p.m. at the Adirondack Bank Center on Sunday, July 24. It will be the WWE’s first show in Utica in three years, according to WKTV.

Ronda Rousey Calls SmackDown Women’s Title Win The Best Mother’s Day Gift She Could Ask For

Ronda Rousey picked up a monumental win at WWE WrestleMania Backlash, and the victory was particularly meaningful for “The Baddest Woman on the Planet.”. On May 8, Rousey defeated Charlotte Flair in an “I Quit” Match to win the SmackDown Women’s Championship. As the new champion stated in a WWE Digital Exclusive, taking the title home was the perfect way to close out Mother’s Day.