Shayna Baszler is a famous WWE superstar, and she spoke about Ronda Rousey’s relationship with the WWE Universe. Ronda Rousey was at one time the most famous female MMA star in the world. She was undefeated for a very long time and was known to have extremely good Judo skill.
She finished most of her opponents using an arm bar. Ronda joined the WWE after suffering two big losses in her MMA career. She performed as a full-time WWE superstar after she made her official WWE debut. However, she left the WWE in 2019 to spend time with her husband.
This was after she lost her first match at WrestleMania 35.
Shayna Baszler Talks About The Bad Relationship with Ronda and the Fans
Baszler and Ronda are former MMA fighters are actually longtime friends. They used to train together at the Glendale Fighting Club MMA gym.
On Smackdown, they are currently considered to be two of the top female wrestlers. Baszler had an amazing NXT career, and many people believe that WWE hasn’t used her properly since she made her main roster debut. Baszler does not have a bad relationship with the WWE fans.
Ronda actually does. Ronda was embraced by the audience in 2018 when she made her debut. She was a babyface but soon started receiving boos from the fans. Ronda stopped trusting the WWE fans after she got booed for the first time.
Fans have appeared to have embraced her again. However, Ronda doesn’t trust the fans anymore. Even legendary Hall of Famer, Kurt Angle, noticed that Ronda has issues with the fans. He spoke about it with CBS Sports in March.
Baszler shed some more light on why the relationship is bad between the WWE fans and Ronda. She spoke about it in the NY Post. She didn’t exactly say how Ronda Rousey will fix this relationship. "I feel like there was a side of her that was like, 'OK you're cheering for me now, but I know how this is.'
" Shayna Baszler said. "Now she is in this mode where, like, she just doesn't care. Boo her, cheer her, whatever. She's just doing what she does. Coincidently, I think it's getting her more cheers now than she was before. I think when she first came back it was, 'OK, I'll do what you guys are thinking,' But now it's, 'Screw you, I don't care what you're thinking, I'm doing this.' That's always kind of been Ronda anyway."