Ronda Rousey is a former UFC star and she recently spoke about Brock Lesnar. Brock is a former UFC Heavyweight Champion of the world and he was a former WWE Champion before he joined the UFC. He was one of the only WWE stars that found success after joining an MMA promotion.
Bobby Lashley is another WWE stars that found some success after joining an MMA promotion.
Ronda Rousey Praises Brock Lesnar, Her Former UFC Colleague
Brock Lesnar quit the UFC and became a part-time WWE wrestler. He won the WWE Universal Title and the WWE Title numerous times since he returned.
Even though he is a part-time wrestler he was pushed extremely hard by the WWE many times. "I think he's fantastic," Ronda Rousey said during a recent live stream. "I think he's awesome ... We kind of didn't cross paths in MMA, he was kind of before my time a little bit but since coming to WWE, he's been the absolute coolest.
He's super smart, I never would've guessed. In MMA I always just kind of assume, you know, fighters are all of a certain ... They're not the scholarly types, the most of them." Brock has been one of WWE’s top star for several years.
He was actually one of the most dominant stars that WWE has ever produced. He has won a total of ten world title since 2002. He is also the youngest WWE Champion of all time. Brock also won the 2003 Royal Rumble event, and The Money in the Bank contract in 2019.
He has been in 5 different WrestleMania Headlines. He was part of WrestleMania 38 as well, which took place over 2 nights. Lesnar’s last match took place at SummerSlam this year in a Last Man Standing Match against Roman Reigns.
It was for the Undisputed Title. However, he lost that match. Ronda Rousey is also extremely successful. She has won important titles during her WWE run. At one time, Ronda was the most successful female MMA fighter in the world.
After winning the RAW Women’s Title a few years ago, she held it for 231 days. She recently lost her Smackdown Women’s title to Liv Morgan after she cashed in her MITB Briefcase. Before that she held the title for 55 days. Ronda is currently a full-time wrestler in the WWE.