Ronda Rousey

WWE SmackDown Star Suggests She Would Like To Face Ronda Rousey For The First Time In A Match

A target is always on your back when you’re the champion, and Ronda Rousey is currently serving her second reign as the WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion. On the December 23 episode of SmackDown, Raquel Rodriguez finally defeated former women’s champion, Liv Morgan, to win a Gauntlet Match. She will be the next to take on Rousey for the title as a result of her victory. The earlier 2022 that Rodriguez challenged Rousey, the more successful Rousey was.

Zelina Vega, who is a current member of Legado Del Fantasma, is another SmackDown star who is keen to compete against Rousey, most likely for the SmackDown women’s title. As it is her birthday today, Vega tweeted: I haven’t blown out candles yet this year, but we all know what my wish is… @RondaRousey. Vega was not a participant in the gauntlet match. Vega has had two chances to win the WWE Raw Women’s Championship, but she has yet to hold a singles championship during her time with WWE.

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Throughout her time with the WWE, she hasn’t always been a consistent fighter; instead, she’s frequently served as a manager for athletes like Andrade El Idol and Angel Garza. Vega’s Queen of the Ring victory at Crown Jewel 2021, where she defeated Doudrop in the championship match, was her only significant singles accomplishment during her time with WWE. The WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships were defended by Vega and Carmella at WrestleMania 38.

Vega found herself competing at WrestleMania for the first time, at least on the main card, even though they did not emerge from that match as winners. Most wrestlers hope to have such an impact on the sport that their names will endure long after they are no longer around. Creating a memorable character, putting on unforgettable matches, or finding oneself in the middle of a well-known (or infamous) storyline are a few ways to achieve this. No matter the promotion, winning championships shows that you’ve succeeded.

You are at the top of your division and your game, and you will go down in history. This is where the real difficulty lies. Climbing to the top of the mountain and passing the former champion is one thing, but holding that position while surrounded by hungry challengers is quite another. Over the years, some haven’t been able to hold their position for very long, while others have made it seem simple to be in charge. The WWE has proudly hosted numerous lengthy title reigns throughout its history, which spans more than fifty years.

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