RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey would recently release the latest episode of her video blog road diary known as Ronda on The Road and there she would cut a promo saying that she went off script this past Monday night on RAW. Rousey would also say that she did not only go off script this past Monday night on RAW but she would also double down on breaking kayfabe in her promo, as seen in her comments below:
“It wasn’t a promo. [WWE] gave me other things to say I didn’t f***ing say it,” Rousey said. “It’s not a promo. It’s not an act. I’m not going out there and doing their f***ing act anymore, I’m going out there and doing whatever the hell I want. And they can explain it however they want, but f***em. Everybody. WWE Universe included. I meant that I’m going to disrespect the sport that they all love so much. ‘Ohhhh don’t break kayfabe Ronda!’ Wrestling is scripted. It’s made up. It’s not real. None of those b****** can f***ing touch me. The end.”
All of this would reportedly start when Rousey & Lynch would have a Twitter war. During that exchange of words, Rousey brought up the word “fake” and it apparently did not sit well with Lynch.
Rousey would not only go off on The WWE Universe but she would also admit to losing sight of Becky Lynch. Rousey would bring up Lynch’s real name and explain why she attacked her, as seen in her comments below:
“Becky pissed me off the most recently,” Rousey said. “You know what? I’m not going to even call her Becky. Rebecca Quinn talked s*** about my husband, and I told her I’d beat the f*** out of her next time I saw her. And guess what I beat the f*** out of her, didn’t I? It’s been building up in me since Survivor Series, 100%”
Becky Lynch is scheduled to face Charlotte Flair this Sunday at WWE Fastlane with the stipulation that is she defeats Flair then she would be added to The RAW Women’s Title Match at WrestleMania 35. Rousey is also advertised to appear at the show. You can check out the latest episode of Ronda Rousey’s Ronda on The Road Video Blog Diary in the video below:
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