Ronda Rousey gets mad at her co-workers

Ronda Rousey's career in wrestling began in January 2018

by Simone Brugnoli
Ronda Rousey gets mad at her co-workers

Ronda Rousey is one of the WWE-related characters who has caused the most discussion in recent months regarding her comments against her colleagues, but also against pro-wrestling in general. If before her and her landing in WWE there seemed to be only love for the discipline, currently fans seem to have definitively downloaded the Baddest Woman on the Planet, once acclaimed by UFC and WWE fans.

The last comment against her colleagues came just a few hours ago, when Ronda wanted to throw herself against the women's division of Smackdown, to say that she doesn't exist, even if this time the comment could simply be the result of her heel character.

On her Twitter account, Ronda nonetheless commented: "Apparently the entire Smackdown tag team division is Natalya plus a few other poor souls that she'll be able to recruit to her cause that she lost this week. The Usos defend their titles every week, Damage CTRL defended them like 2 times in 6 months.

What the hell is going on here?"

Ronda Rousey is very nervous

Unfortunately, the WWE Universe got tired of Ronda Rousey again very quickly and Shayna Baszler also got in the way, with the two who are currently officially a couple, as a result they are almost perceived as one thing that shouldn't exist in wrestling.

In fact, on the February 17 edition of WWE SmackDown, chants started against them when the two faced Natalya and Shotzi, who for the occasion joined forces to counter the two fighters. These chants were simply: "You don't know how to fight".

During episode 92 of WWE Die Poche, Baszler wanted to comment on these chants: "It's funny because, I don't know, I'm saying it here but it's funny because you'll hear: 'You don't know how to fight ' or people who tell us we can't wrestle, learn to wrestle, all we do is MMA but it's like, we're probably the only two girls in the locker room, maybe on the roster, who know how to do a double leg takedown.

So it's funny how people think of us because we're too good." Jim Cornette feels that Ronda Rousey might have to wrestle less frequently if WWE can't pair her up with legitimate opponents. "Well, that will be interesting because you've got a problem now in that most people still know that Ronda is legitimate.

So most of the girls on the roster, I mean let's face it, you would think, 'Okay, she should be able to take girl X or girl Y apart in 30 seconds."

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