Dutch Mantell reveals a hidden quality of Ronda Rousey



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Dutch Mantell reveals a hidden quality of Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey has shown that she can adapt very well to WWE wrestling. The former UFC star made his WrestleMania 34 debut, taking the satisfaction of beating Stephanie McMahon and Triple H alongside the legendary Kurt Angle.

A few months later, at SummerSlam, she won the Raw Women's Championship and held it for 232 days. After taking a break of nearly three years, 'Rowdy' returned on January 29, 2022, surprisingly winning the women's Royal Rumble match.

Ronda then began a very heated feud with Charlotte Flair, which gave many emotions and twists. On this week's episode of SmackDown, Rousey recorded a promo that was aimed at her rival Natalya. However, she was interrupted and challenged by Shotzi.

The champion did not hesitate to fight, managing to get the better of her opponent thanks to her infallible 'Armbar' In the latest edition of 'Smack Talk' on Sportskeeda, Dutch Mantell said that Ronda Rousey is doing a really good job.

Dutch Mantell praises Ronda Rousey

"Often and willingly, we happen to see the great superstar who - when he finds himself fighting with a less famous boy/girl - dominates the meeting and files the file within a couple of minutes.

In this way, the opponent does not gain anything. Such a trend is not good for anyone. Ronda Rousey conveys the feeling that her rivals have a chance to win, even if they are eventually defeated. She did very well with both Raquel Rodriguez and Shotzi, in fact, they were both excellent matches" - Dutch Mantell analyzed.

Dutch then drew a parallel between WWE and AEW: “In WWE we see the same people week after week, while in AEW it's different. There aren't the same athletes every week, which makes the shows a little less predictable.

Even before an episode of SmackDown begins, we already know that we will see the New Day, Los Lotharios and then we will move on to Madcap Moss and Happy Corbin. You rarely get out of this script" Bloodline members Jimmy and Jey Uso defended their Unified Tag Team titles in a triple-threat match against The New Day and the team of Sheamus and Butch.

The Usos retained their title, solidifying their status as the best tag team in WWE. The other tag team bout of the night featured The Viking Raiders in action, who took on Los Lotharios. The former NXT Tag Team Champions picked up an important victory.

Former NXT Women's Champion Raquel Rodriguez also continued winning momentum, defeating Shayna Baszler in a one-on-one contest.