Ronda Rousey will defend the SmackDown title against Natalya at Money in the Bank, WWE's next pay-per-view. In the same event, Lacey Evans will look to win the Money in the Bank Ladder match and then go on the assault for a world title.
'Rowdy' has now established herself as the new queen of the women's division, also thanks to Charlotte Flair's long stop. After making herself known in mixed martial arts, the Riverside champion attempted the big leap into the world of wrestling, demonstrating a remarkable ability to adapt.
Her WWE career began in 2018 and it didn't take long to realize we were facing a huge superstar. After nearly three years of inactivity, Ronda returned earlier this year and immediately won the women's Royal Rumble match.
In the latest edition of 'Smack Talk' on Sportskeeda, Dutch Mantell criticized the attitude of 'Baddest Woman On The Planet'
Dutch Mantell reflects on Ronda Rousey
"The attitude of Ronda Rousey does not convince me at all" - began Dutch Mantell with great sincerity.
“I can't get her personality right, I'm confused about it. Before entering the ring she jokes and smiles. As soon as she sets foot on the square, she tries to get serious in an instant. I don't know why they let her do that.
We are talking about the baddest woman on the planet, she must never get out of her character” - he added to the dose. Dutch also talked about Ric Flair's imminent return to the ring: “I think he's just doing it out of vanity.
At his age and with all the problems he's had, it doesn't take a genius to understand that it's not a wise decision. Vanity is the only explanation that comes to mind." Bill Apter echoed him: “I hope that Ric's status is not affected by this choice.
Several wrestlers and boxers have made a fool of themselves in the latter part of their careers. Flair could have the same fate. I don't know exactly what his physical conditions are, but it seems to me a useless risk”.
Doudrop debuted on RAW last summer alongside Eva Marie. She started as the face protege of the vapid heel. It didn't take long for Doudrop to turn on her mentor as she was more talented in the ring than Eva Marie. The former NXT UK star turned heel towards the second half of 2021 and battled Bianca Belair.
Doudrop then had a big match against Becky Lynch at Royal Rumble. She has remained a heel while currently aligning with Nikki A.S.H.