Ronda Rousey didn’t just get over on Stephanie McMahon by submitting her at WrestleMania 34, she got over on her the next night on Raw by injuring her arm once again. So what’s next?
Perhaps some time off.
Rumors suggest Rousey won’t be a full time wrestler in the sense that she likely won’t be on television every week and wrestling at every pay-per-view (PPV) on the WWE schedule. That means they’re going to have to find ways to keep her away. Could this be one?
From the WWE.com preview for Raw:
When Stephanie attempted to “befriend” Ronda and put the WWE “machine” behind The Baddest Woman on the Planet, Rousey saw through the façade and went to work on Stephanie’s arm once again, further damaging the injured limb.
The McMahons aren’t known for taking disrespect lightly, so what awaits Ronda when she enters Raw on Monday?
Rousey was recently announced for a few dates on the upcoming European tour in May, though none of those dates coincide with television tapings.