The Baddest Woman On The Planet, Ronda Rousey Is Finally Back In WWE 

The Baddest Woman On The Planet, Ronda Rousey Is Finally Back In WWE 

The stunning return of “The Baddest Woman on the Planet” to WWE television occurred during “SmackDown” on Friday. Shayna Baszler was in the middle of cutting a promo for Natalya when Rousey’s entrance music stopped her. In response, Baszler was referred to as a “knockoff version of Rousey” by Natalya.

In her response, Baszler made some sharp remarks about how Rousey had not yet entered the pro wrestling scene while referencing her own career and achievements in the sport. Rousey and Baszler were still on the same page, though, as soon as she entered the ring. Both of them attacked Natalya after teasing a face-off.

Shotzi made an effort to even the score by sprinting to the ring, but Rousey and Baszler, who were still standing tall in the ring at the end of the segment, proved to be no match for her. Rousey and Baszler would face off against Natalya and Shotzi on “SmackDown” the following Friday, WWE later revealed.

Women’s Royal Rumble match

Rousey had not been spotted on WWE TV since she lost the “SmackDown” Women’s Championship to Charlotte Flair, who was making a comeback, on the episode of “SmackDown” that aired on December 30. Rousey was unable to participate in the women’s Royal Rumble match because of her extended absence, which prevented her from facing Flair at WrestleMania 39.

Rhea Ripley declared that she will wrestle Flair at WrestleMania after winning the Rumble. Rousey’s route to WWE’s biggest event of the year remains uncertain, with the lineup set for an Elimination Chamber match to determine the WrestleMania title challenger for “Raw” Women’s Champ Bianca Belair. If Rousey and Baszler’s partnership holds firm, they might decide to challenge Damage CTRL’s Dakota Kai and IYO SKY for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship.

Rousey and Raquel Rodriguez were supposed to face off for the “SmackDown” Women’s Championship on the “Grandest Stage of Them All,” according to WWE. But when Charlotte Flair returned to in-ring action, the organization decided at the last minute to give her the title. It is already official that “The Queen” will defend her title against Rhea Ripley, who won the women’s Royal Rumble competition in 2023.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.