Ronda Rousey will no longer participate in WWE European tours



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Ronda Rousey will no longer participate in WWE European tours

After an exceptional career in the UFC, Ronda Rousey signed a contract with WWE in 2018. Since then, 'The Baddest Woman on the Planet' has proven she has all the credentials to make it into the world of wrestling as well.

The Riverside champion debuted at WrestleMania 34, defeating Stephanie McMahon and Triple H paired with the legendary Kurt Angle. On the following August 19th, at SummerSlam, she won the Raw Women's Championship and kept it for 232 days.

After nearly three years of inactivity, she returned to WWE on January 29, 2022, surprisingly winning the women's Royal Rumble match. During his WWE stint, 'Rowdy' also took part in some international tours. The former SmackDown champion fought Charlotte Flair in France in April of this year.

During a 'live' on her YouTube channel, she revealed why she will no longer be able to participate in the company's European tours.

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“Having become a mother and having to take care of my daughter, I will no longer be able to leave home to take part in those tours” - explained Ronda Rousey.

“I had a lot of fun on the WWE tours, but my family couldn't handle such a prolonged absence from me. I could attend a single event in a major venue, but I categorically rule out doing a full tour in the next few years.

Let's say they are like the emergency button ”- she added. In the latest edition of the 'Drive Thru' podcast, former WWE manager Jim Cornette harshly criticized Ronda: “She only does what suits her best.

After becoming a big star in the mixed martial arts world, she had a chance to make a lot of money by joining WWE and she didn't think twice. She is not really interested in this business. She does not convey the feeling of an athlete having fun in the ring, quite the opposite.

Her promos about her are disastrous, she can't show her personality and she doesn't do anything to improve." Wrestling veteran Dutch Mantell feels WWE should have continued Ronda Rousey's storyline with Adam Pearce from last week's show.

"She beat up an official of the company on TV but nothing's gonna happen? They're blurring the lines here, what's real and what's not real. But they didn't do nothing to hurt her." Morgan made it clear she would once again take down her rival and retain the SmackDown Women's Championship at the upcoming premium live event.