Ronda Rousey
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Ronda Rousey has previously been considered to be a marquee attraction in the WWE during her first run with the company. She showed a commendable transition from the MMA industry to professional wrestling in no time. But after enjoying a successful stint in the 2018-19 season, she grew bitterness about the product and now has no intention of coming back.

Since the summer of 2023, Ronda Rousey has been away from the WWE and she’s been busy in the promotion spree for her upcoming book “Our Fight” slated for a release on April 4. Speaking about her WWE career, she offered some insights into her time with the company.

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During an interview to promote the book, the former champion was asked to reveal some backstage scoops that fans will later get to discover within its pages. Ronda Rousey was crystal clear in her response while shedding light on her perspective on her tenure. It was also affirmed that she has no intention of returning to WWE,

“How much of an absolute sh*t show it is at the WWE because they can’t hold the story over my head and hold me hostage with my own career. I don’t need anything from them and I don’t intend on going back, so I can say everything that I think and feel while everybody else is still held captive by their organization.”

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Ronda Rousey found immense success in the WWE

Some of the WWE universe members may find it hard to realize Ronda Rousey’s contributions to the Women’s Evolution since she’s barely considered a pro wrestler. But it’s a fact that her first tenure in the WWE was the main reason why a separate all-female pay-per-view would have been conducted while people also got to witness the first-ever all-women Wrestlemania main event match in 2019.

Irrespective of what the fans believe about her charisma in wrestling, Ronda Rousey has had two successful stints with the WWE. Apart from main-eventing Wrestlemania and Evolution she won the WWE Raw Women’s Title and had the longest run with it at that time. Moving on, she also won the WWE SmackDown Women’s Title and the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles.

Arindam Pal

A WWE writer passionate about the sports.