A lot of people, including Dana White, don't believe we'll see Ronda Rousey in the UFC again, and while the star hasn't outright, closed the door on that happening, it sounds like the door's nearly shut. However, on a night where Roman Reigns called out Brock Lesnar for no-showing Monday Night Raw, Rousey was not at the show either.
Sources tell us Ronda was "incorrectly advertised" by WWE.com because the newly signed Superstar was scheduled for medical testing in Pittsburgh on Monday, not Raw in Detroit. During the interview, host Ellen DeGeneres asked Rousey to explain the differences between the two careers and why she made the change.
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Reigns, who was disappointed to hear that Lesnar would once again not be present at Raw, said he was exhausted of the Universal Champion getting special treatment and the disrespect Lesnar has showed him and WWE fans by never showing up. They state that the Universal champ, whose contract is up after WrestleMania, is ready to return to the UFC "full time" due to WWE not allowing him to fight after his failed PED test in 2016.
WWE risked overexposing her as a special attraction before WrestleMania by having her on the show each week. Ronda said that was fine but then demanded an apology from McMahon.
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Thus far, she has played a role in a storyline that includes her teaming up with Kurt Angle and taking on Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. During her MMA career, she paid tribute to it by forming the "Four Horsewomen" alongside her MMA teammate Shayna Baszler, who is now signed to the WWE. Throughout the years, WWE has spent way more effort in promoting a match that went in the midcard, or a match that ended up stealing the show so much, the main event was doomed to crowd apathy.
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