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WWE Raw results, live blog (Mar. 4, 2019): Fastlane go home show

WWE Monday Night Raw comes waltzing back into our lives tonight (Mar. 4, 2019) from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the go home show to the upcoming Fastlane pay-per-view (PPV) scheduled for this coming Sunday night Cleveland.

Advertised for tonight: Triple H responds to Batista, Charlotte Flair is coming to collect a title, and more!

Come right back here at 8 p.m. ET when the Raw live blog kicks off once the show starts on USA. It will be below this line here. (REMINDER: NO GIFS OR PICS ARE ALLOWED IN THE COMMENTS SECTION. OFFENDERS WILL BE BANNED.)


A suited man smiled, said: “It’s just a matter of time, you can have the world at your feet by tomorrow, just sign on this line.” Hold tight... limelight! Approaching the paramount with the sun in our eyes, fearing family ties, legal lies, compromise. In a dimly lit room with a stool as his stage, a dream-stricken prince of a pauper’s descent haunts the eavesdropping silence that presses his window as he sweats a performance to an audience that ticks on the wall. To the practical observer, it’s just a matter of time, but to me? I’ve got to liveblog this here pro wrestling show for you folks right now.

The show opens with the Big Dog himself, Roman Reigns, making his entrance.

We get a replay of his return promo last week and then he gets on the mic. He says last week in Atlanta was the comeback, and this week in Philly we take our yard back. He’s had to think about his future and what he wants and to be honest, what he wants, there’s one man standing in his way-- his brother Seth Rollins. So in order for him to get what he wants, he needs to address Seth, so why not bring him down?

Enter Seth Rollins. He gets on the mic and says before we get to all that he wants to tell Roman that seeing him in the ring last week knowing that he won the fight of his life, that was one of the greatest moments of his own career and made him feel like he could do anything, and he’s gonna take that motivation to WrestleMania and slay the Beast. More importantly he’s bringing the Universal Championship back to Raw every single week.

With that said, he thinks he knows where Reigns’ head is at, and he understands what it’s like to vacate a title and never lose it, and if anybody out there deserves the shot at Brock as much as he does, it’s Roman. So if that’s where he’s at, he wants to talk about it. Reigns says he thought Rollins knew everything, but he’s wrong. While he was gone, one person watched over this place, and it was Seth.

One man kept the place in line and knew what was best, and that was Rollins. Nobody has more confidence in Seth than Roman does, and he knows he has what it takes to take the title from Brock, so the only thing he has to say about that is, “Good luck, my brother.” BUT he does need a favor. Rollins pre-emptively says anything he needs, he’s got, and Reigns says he wants to get the band back together, one last time.

Seth says he knows he said anything, but anything but that. After what Dean Ambrose pulled... But Roman insists and polls the crowd, and of course the crowd wants it. Reigns said while he was out he looked through a different perspective, and tomorrow’s not guaranteed. Life is short, and the two of them are his brothers. He doesn’t know what’s up with Dean, but he knows he’s making headlines, and he wants one more moment with his brothers before they’re not around anymore.

Rollins takes a moment to think about it, leaning against the ropes, before he turns around and says he’s put that part of his life behind him, but he’s right. Life is too short, tomorrow’s not guaranteed, and if the Big Dog wants the Shield one last time, he’s in! Roman calls Ambrose out right now to seal the deal! Dean makes his entrance and holds the mic to his face...


Dean staggers to his feet and shrugs them off, hobbling his way to the back without a word.

Drew McIntyre, Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley, and Lio Rush are interviewed backstage.

McIntyre says he broke the Shield months ago and it makes him sick that they’re living in the past. Corbin says they’re ignoring the real story, because the three heavyweights have a trios match tonight and they’re gonna show us where the power lies. Lashley says he’s gonna remind Balor he’s holding the Intercontinental Championship on borrowed time, and Baron closes by saying they’re gonna show Kurt Angle he can’t hang with the premier athletes (but Tony Nese is on 205 Live...?) of today.

Finn Balor makes his entrance and we go to break.

Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley, & Drew McIntyre vs. Braun Strowman, Finn Balor, & Kurt Angle

Strowman and Corbin to start but Baron backs off and hides in the corner before blindsiding him with his vest! Braun dumps Baron to the floor, big right when he comes back in, lariat knocks him down and Strowman comes charging around and blasts him into the barricade! Back inside, tag to McIntyre, Strowman backs him into the corner and clocks him with a huge right and then a clubbing blow.

Tag to Balor, off the top with a diving double axehandle, arm wringer, Drew clobbers him to counter and tags Lashley in. Punch to the ribs, drawing him up, looking for a powerbomb but Finn punches his way out and passes Bob to the floor. A clothesline sends Corbin out to join him... TOPE CON GIRO! Pass Drew out after them, off the ropes but Rush trips him up and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Corbin passes Balor into the ropes, eats a boot but then manages to hit Deep Six... NOPE! Fired up and yelling at referee John Cone for not counting fast enough, overhead elbows to the trapezius, Finn breaks away, wrecking havoc from the apron but a well timed right hand cuts off a springboard and McIntyre tags in. Clubbing Balor to the mat with a chop, looking for a suplex but Finn blocks it so he kicks his leg out of his leg and hosses him up... SHEERDROP BRAINBUSTER FOR TWO!

Half nelson chinlock applied, Balor to his feet and reaching, boots up after he’s put in the corner, charge in, float over, sidesteep the charge, tag to Angle! One German suplex, two German suplexes, the trifecta! Kurt’s feeling it, Angle Slam blocked, kick to the gut, Angle with a back body drop into the ankle lock! He’s got it on in the middle of the ring, Drew reaching, crawling, he lets go to German suplex Lashley!

Headbutt from McIntyre evens the score and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Corbin’s in control, locking Angle down in the middle of the ring with the half nelson chinlock. Kurt to his feet, right hands, leg pick, but Baron rolls over and kicks the ankle lock off. Angle passes him to the floor and tags Strowman in! Bowling everyone over, Stinger splash for Corbin, clubbing blow knocks him down and he’s fired up! Scoop, tag to Balor, running powerslam, up top, Coup de Grace... BUT LIO RUSH BREAKS IT UP!

Finn chasing after Lio, he runs right into a huge spinebuster into the ringpost from Lashley! Braun charges around... AND POUNCES LIO RUSH THROUGH THE TIMEKEEPER’S AREA! Back, in tag made...

Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley, & Drew McIntyre win by pinfall with a spear from Lashley on Finn Balor.

Post-match, Bob holds Finn up so Baron can blast him! Drew and Corbin head out and beat Angle up, ramming him into the barricade a few times. They hold the steps up and ram Kurt head-first into them! They put the bottom step in the ring, knock Balor out with a Claymore, and hoist him up before putting him into the step!

Heavy Machinery are interviewed backstage and shown a clip of the other Raw tag teams talking shit about them earlier today. The Ascension especially are mad about it and call Otis a giant thumb. Zack Ryder says he looks like Chris Farley in an SNL skit gone bad but he’s the real deal, and we cut back to Otis for his reaction. He says he’s sensitive and that hurt his feelings.

Tucker says he’s gonna make it right and get a gauntlet match for later and show them that Otis has a tendency to hurt those who hurt his feelings.

Natalya makes her entrance, she’ll be wrestling Ruby Riott after the break.

Back from commercial, commentary hypes up an appearance from Triple H tonight.

Natalya vs. Ruby Riott

Collar and elbow, Riott with a mat slam into grounded punches, shoot kick to the back, a handful of hair, jawing at Natalya and putting her into the mat again. Kick to the side, drawing her up, smashing her face into the turnbuckles, kicks in the corner, snapmare into a reverse chinlock to ground Neidhart. Nattie slings her off, snap suplex, discus lariat, leg pick, looking for the Sharpshooter... and she’s got it!

Ruby crawling, reaching, Natalya drags her back in the middle of the ring but she’s able to roll to her back and counter to a small package! Nattie reverses...

Natalya wins by pinfall with a small package.

The Riott Squad pounce but Neidhart’s able to roll away and get away from them.

She makes it halfway up the ramp when Lacey Evans comes out dressed like a sexy retro lady leprechaun, makes it halfway down herself, and of course, leaves.

A recap of Ric Flair’s birthday celebration and Batista’s attack follows.

Stephanie McMahon is backstage when a crew member rolls up to introduce our guests, Michael and Colin, the hosts of Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update. They’re excited to be here and that they’re going to WrestleMania. Steph tries to warn them and Colin says he wrestled in high school and still has a singlet, and Michael pulls him out of the fire before he can say anything else stupid.

(Behold the king!)

(The king of kings!)

(On your knees, dog.)

Triple H makes his entrance and we go to break.

Back from commercial we get the Instagram video from Batista talking about how he’s not going to be on Raw tonight because he doesn’t want to be in Philly, but maybe he’ll be in Pittsburgh.

The game is played by his rules until the game is over. The Game is over. You see what he did there?

HHH gets on the mic and says he came out a week ago to celebrate one of the biggest legends in the history of this business on his 70th birthday, but he’s not upset because of Ric Flair, no, he’s upset because of Richard Fliehr, the human being behind Ric Flair, the guy that he spent years driving up and down the road with, the man that became one of his best friends and was there in his best times and worst and vice versa.

They were by each other’s side at their weddings, or at least Hunter was at a few of Ric’s weddings, but he was there when he buried his son Reid. Fliehr is a man that a little over a year ago was in a hospital bed in Atlanta in a coma and during that period of time every time HHH’s phone rang he got a sense of dread because he was positive every time it would be the call that he was gone.

Because of that he wanted to bring Ric out to be the Nature Boy one more time because that’s what he lived for, and it didn’t happen because of that piece of... Dave wanted his attention and we all know why, he’s cried about it online for the last two years and when Hunter got injured in November that went away and Batista couldn’t quit, like he always does when he doesn’t get what he wants.

But this time he didn’t quit, so what did he do? He attacked a seventy-year-old man who’s lucky to be alive and took away one more moment with the crowd from him? Now you wanna pop up on a screen and do Bad Guy 101? “I don’t like Philly or Pittsburgh and we’re gonna do this my way”? Wow, Dave, how original. Triple says he doesn’t care, he’ll come to his frickin’ house or invite him to come to his, does that work for him?

He’ll go wherever he is, movie set, it doesn’t matter, you name it, every building they go to he’ll be waiting, all you have to do is have some balls and show up. He wants Batista to know that for every drive down the road, for Richard Fliehr, when he steps in front of HHH he ain’t getting the Game, it’s not something they’re selling, no characters, no name on a marquee.

When they go face-to-face, he won’t be looking at the character, he’ll be looking at the man. Stand up to him and tell him what you want and he’ll give you everything, you want his attention, you’ve got it!

We get a recap of Ronda Rousey and Stephanie McMahon arguing and Ronda setting the Raw Women’s Championship down last week.

Steph runs into an interview backstage about all that and says Charlotte Flair might be a bit presumptuous, but when Rousey laid the title down it was disrespectful and even blasphemous, which is why WWE is going to do what’s best for business and drop all charges against Becky Lynch! And as of this moment, her suspension is lifted! But she’s still not 100% physically, so she needs to come to the arena tonight and sign a hold harmless agreement to say that WWE is not responsible if something happens when she wrestles Charlotte at Fastlane for the vacant Raw Women’s Championship!

Heavy Machinery make their entrance, their gauntlet match will begin after the break.

Backstage, Dean Ambrose is stretching and shadowboxing when Roman Reigns rolls up.

He says he thought they were past hanging out in the bowels of the arena and he hopes Dean knows he has a seat in the locker room and they can talk about anything. Ambrose says he’s gotta stay sharp and he wants to get ready for his match and he walks off.

Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder vs. Heavy Machinery (Otis Dozovic & Tucker Knight) vs. the Ascension (Konnor & Viktor) vs. the B-Team (Bo Dallas & Curt Hawkins) (Gauntlet Match)

Otis and Axel to start, Curtis dancing a bit before Dozovic bowls him over! Biel into the corner, big rights and lefts, tag to Tucker. Assisted Stinger Splash into a lariat, only two. Axel sidesteps a charge and puts boots to Knight in the corner, tag to Dallas and a double whip but Tucker has the double back body drop counted and sets up a lariat assisted DDT for a two-for-one!

Tag to Dozer, off the ropes but Bo gets the boot up! Caught anyway...

Heavy Machinery eliminate the B-Team by pinfall with the Compactor on Bo Dallas.

Ascension out second, Konnor in, Ode to the Bushwhackers into the double belly bump, only two! Konnor gets him into the corner, tag to Viktor, flurry of punches, uppercuts, tag to Konnor, double strikes and Tucky kicks out at two. Drawing Knight up and putting him in the corner, big chops and he’s got him lined up but Tucker sidesteps the charge and Ascension hits the post hard.

The path clear, tags made, Otis comes in hot and bulldozes Viktor a few times! Exploder suplex, fired up, Stinger Splash, headed up to the second rope... VADER BOMB DOES IT!

Heavy Machinery eliminate the Ascension by pinfall with a Vader Bomb from Otis Dozovic on Viktor.

Hawkins in, inverted DDT and a tag, Ryder with a splash... SO CLOSE! Mounted punches from Zack, drawing him up, tag back to Curt, STO / Russian legsweep combo and Tucker makes the save! Cactus Clothesline takes Ryder out, Hawkins off the ropes... POP-UP WORLD’S STRONGEST SLAM! Dozer fired up... IT’S CATERPILLAR TIME!

Heavy Machinery win, last eliminating Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder by pinfall with the Caterpillar from Otis Dozovic on Hawkins.

Commentary hypes up the hold harmless agreement Steph mentioned earlier and then talks about Torrie Wilson getting inducted to the Hall of Fame this year.

We go to break on a special look at Captain Marvel, which is a movie that I will watch slowly sinking into my seat and increasingly overcome with Feelings.

Back from commercial, Michael and Colin are walking backstage and Colin is so proud about how current he is and names stars of the 80s and 90s.

The run into EC3 and are stopped dead in their tracks for a moment before continuing and then they run into Titus O’Neil, who wants a picture with Michael and Michael alone. No Way Jose and his conga line show up and they almost join in but Colin reminds him they have to remain unbiased for WrestleMania.

A video package for Torrie Wilson’s induction into the WWE Hall of Fame follows.

Charlotte Flair is interviewed backstage and scoffs at the idea that Becky Lynch might not sign the hold harmless agreement. With her stubborn pride and huge Irish ego, she won’t be able to resist and thinks she’ll win the title, but even at her best, the Man doesn’t compare to the Queen. She’s sorry to ruin everyone’s high hopes for Becky but she’s a one-legged competitor in an ass-kicking contest.

But the good news is that we get to bask in her glory (hey, wait a second, that’s not your line...) when she becomes the Raw Women’s Champion.

Dean Ambrose is backstage stimming when Seth Rollins rolls up to say that brothers fight and even through everything he thinks they’ve had a bit of mutual respect. And whether they’re on the same team or not, in that ring they’re wrestling soulmates, always have and always will be. They’ve got one chance to do this the right way, so... Dean jumps the gun on him and says get the Shield back together? No can do. He’s preoccupied and he appreciates the help from last week, but he’s gotta take care of this himself.

Elias is in the ring to sing us a song, and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Elias is mid-song, talk-singing about how Philly is bad at I want to say hockey?

Soon enough he’s cut off by Ambrose and here we go.

Dean Ambrose vs. Elias

Ambrose ducks a lariat, jabs and hooks, Elias with a whip, duck the lariat, off the ropes, leaping lariat into more mounted punches! Putting boots to him in the corner, referee John Cone warns him off and the Drifter hits a side kick but runs into a mat slam after and gets dumped to the floor. Following after, throwing him into the barricade, Russian legsweep into the barricade, back in to break the count and out again.

Passing him into the ring, a clothesline sends him right out the other side and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Elias with the wristlock, he climbs up top and walks the ropes... OLD SCHOOL! Kicks and stomps to follow, off the ropes and he knocks Ambrose to the floor with a shoulder block! Dean puts the Drifter into the barricade in turn, throwing him back inside, duck a lariat, off the ropes, lariat of his own! Another one, staggered but fighting, whip into the corner and a lariat into a bulldog but Elias is able to counter!

Club to the neck, putting boots to Dean and following with a knee drop. Ambrose gets a cradle for two, follows it up with a neckbreaker and gets himself back to his feet by sheer willpower but his ribs give out when he tries to climb up top! Second try’s the charm, off the top... AND ELIAS CATCHES HIM FLUSH WITH THE KNEE! DRIFT AWAY! IT’S OVER!

Elias wins by pinfall with Drift Away.

Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins make their entrance while Dean suffers, and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Dean is still struggling in the ring and Rollins and Reigns are only just making their way to the ring, which seems weird but live TV, whatcha gonna do?

They get in the ring and ask him what it’s gonna be and he jaws at them and paces like a caged animal. They reassure him that nobody’s putting it on him but he pushes through them and leaves the ring, heading over the barricade and out through the crowd.

Enter Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley, and Drew McIntyre.

Corbin says he gets that Philly is the City of Brotherly Love but this is pathetic, and McIntyre calls them broken stray dogs fighting for the scraps at their table and demanding respect from the crowd. He tells Roman to look at him and says this isn’t quite the return he envisioned and again calls them pathetic. Drew says they were gonna offer an epic match at Fastlane, but they don’t deserve it, so they’re gonna end it tonight.

They jump Rollins and Reigns and finally Ambrose has had enough and busts ass back to the ring! The Shield fend them off united, Seth and Roman extend their fists but Dean is full of angry energy and paces a moment... BUT HE PUTS HIS FIST IN! THE SHIELD IS BACK!

We get a recap of Steph’s announcement from earlier because Raw is three hours long. (Three hours long.)

We cut backstage where Becky Lynch is on a crutch and talking to a crew member when we go to break.

Back from commercial we’re informed that it’s official, the Shield will wrestle Corbin, McIntyre, and Lashley at Fastlane.

Sasha Banks vs. Tamina

Tamina in with a forearm and grounded punches, a stomp, smashing Banks into the corner and putting boots to her until referee Darrick Moore warns her off. Sasha firing back with kicks, off the ropes she gets bowled over with a back elbow and covered for two. Throwing Banks into the corner, body avalanche follows, a biel after, the Boss evades the charge, knee through the ropes, back in, corner knees connect and set up another set right after for two!

A headbutt knocks Sasha down but she rolls away from the followup falling headbutt and hits a knee for one. Up for forearms, off the ropes, fireman’s carry but she slides out and catches Snuka in a rear chinlock. Into the corner to break, basement superkick countered with a schoolboy, no good! Big right from Tamina, but she’s staggered and slow to capitalize and Banks rolls her through a Russian legsweep into the crossface but Jax pulls her partner away!

Bayley runs in, Nia shrugs her off... METEORA OFF THE APRON! Snuka tries to throw the Boss back in but gets evaded, she shrugs interference from Jax off but when she returns to the ring...

Tamina wins by pinfall with a superkick.

Michael and Colin are again walking backstage when Michael needs to use the bathroom. Colin asks if he wants some help and Michael is incredulous and walks off to use the toilet. Colin says he’s not scared and immediately bumps into Braun Strowman, who calls him funny and takes his hat. Colin offers up pleasantries but Strowman just grunts at him and stares, nipple on full display.

Colin asks if any of this is even real and Braun gives him the ol’ double choke lift and asks him what he thinks to send us to break.

Back from commercial, Braun is still choking that dude and a crowd of agents, including five-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion Adam Pearce and Fit Finlay, have showed up to get him to let go.

He does, and he tells Colin he’ll see him at WrestleMania, who then waits until he leaves to taunt him and tell him he’s running away.

Aleister Black & Ricochet are interviewed ahead of a title shot, and Black says people fear what they can’t comprehend, but he wants to talk about actions and prove they belong. Ricochet says they’re excited and humbled, but most importantly, they’re ready and your boy’s about to fly even higher.

Aleister Black & Ricochet vs. the Revival (Dash Wilder & Scott Dawson) (c) (WWE Raw Tag Team Championship)

Wilder and Black to start, firing away with strikes, Dawson in, Aleister catches him with a kick but a double team goes off and Dash hits a back suplex. Big chop, uppercut in the corner, tag to Scott. Kick to the midsection, right hand, uppercut, snapmare into a leg drop, an elbow drop, and a falling headbutt for two! Stomp to the hand, grab the hair, whip across, duck a lariat, quebrada connects!

The way clear, looking for tags when Bobby Roode and Chad Gable come down and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Dawson is in control of Black with a top wristlock but he manages to fight out and to his feet. Slinging Scott away, shoved off the ropes, trading right hands and Aleister gets a sliding knee as the path is clear! Wilder tags in, Black ducks a lariat, legsweep, tag made! Slingshot dropkick, forearms, passed into the corner, big boot and a backslide... NOPE!

Catch a lariat, jumping neckbreaker on Dawson, schoolboy on Dash for two! A right for Scott, going for a crucifix but Wilder counters, reversed, no good! Knee strike, duck a lariat from Dawson, off the ropes, snap off a headscissors and then a shoulder thrust and a springboard corkscrew uppercut for Wilder! Roode and Gable put boots to Dash and referee Shawn Bennett has no choice...

The Revival win by disqualification, retaining the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship.

Black and Ricochet jaw at the former champs and Roode and Gable climb up on the apron and into the ring to get in their face. Bobby puts hands on Aleister and we got a brawl! Off the ropes... STEREO FLIPPY TAUNTS INTO THE MIDDLE OF THE RING!

Commentary tosses to a Girl Up video celebrating Women’s History Month with Alexa Bliss to send us to break.

Back from commercial, Stephanie McMahon makes her entrance, carrying the WWE Raw Women’s Championship title belt aloft.

She gets on the mic and says anything can happen on the Road to WrestleMania, like the return of Roman Reigns and the reformation of the Shield or Ronda Rousey vacating the Raw Women’s Championship, and she tosses to another video package of Rousey setting the belt down before introducing Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch in turn.

Steph says we need a champion, so at Fastlane the two women in the ring with her will be wrestling for the vacant title, but first Lynch needs to sign the hold harmless agreement so WWE isn’t liable for any injury she incurs from wrestling on a bum knee. Becky gets it open and ready to sign and Charlotte cajoles her to sign it and face her Queen.

Lynch says she beat Flair on one good leg at the Royal Rumble and if she wants she’ll beat her on one leg tonight, but McMahon tells her she’s got a lot of stuff to get in line first and she needs to sign now and wait until Fastlane. Becky puts pen to paper and signs! Steph announces the match, but the camera cuts backstage where Ronda Rousey is storming in and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Ronda Rousey makes her entrance and storms to the ring.

She asks Steph what she’s doing and McMahon says she left her no choice. Ronda says she didn’t vacate the title, she was just giving them a week to do the right thing and she doesn’t like what she came up with and she wants her title back! McMahon hands it over and calls her champ and says she still has to do business here, so at Fastlane it’ll still be Becky vs. Charlotte.

If Becky loses, she’s done, but if she wins, she gets added to WrestleMania in a triple threat! She asks if that gives Ronda what she wants and Rousey says she’s making too much money to get fired and she knows it, she can go rogue whenever she wants because Steph values her bank account over Flair and Lynch’s fragile bodies. Ronda says she did everything she could to respect this business, poured her heart out and what’s she got?

Boos and chants for Becky and you know what, no. She’s done pretending, she’s not here to entertain us and she’s not our dancing monkey-- SHE DECKS FLAIR AND BEATS ON LYNCH INTO THE CORNER! GROUNDED PUNCHES, CROSS ARMBAR APPLIED AND SHE WRENCHES BACK! Jacket off, punches in the corner as Becky starts to recover, judo throw into grounded punches and back into the armbar!

Charlotte up on the apron but she decides discretion is the better part of valor and backs off, leaving Rousey to grab her title and stand tall over The Man, stepping on her neck. More mounted punches, looking for the armbar again and she gets it, falling back over referee John Cone’s protests! Charlotte and Ronda stare each other down, ring to ramp.

We get a replay of what we just saw because Raw is three hours long, but also the show is a little light tonight.

Rousey goes back to stepping on Lynch’s neck before pacing the ring and jawing at the crowd.

Stephanie McMahon is interviewed backstage.

She scoffs at the idea that she did Ronda a favor and says what just happened is ridiculous and Rousey showed her true colors and proved her right all along. She incredulously recounts all these events and asks who Ronda thinks she is and says she can’t wait to see how it all shakes out at WrestleMania and she believes Rousey will get what’s coming to her.

That’s the show, folks.

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