Triple H has reportedly put his plans for Ronda Rousey to win the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship "on hold" due to her injury. Despite her recent appearance at WrestleMania 39, Rousey has not been cleared for physical contact in the ring.
Consequently, Triple H's plan for Rousey and Shayna Baszler to capture the tag team gold has been delayed. The Wrestling Observer previously revealed that many of Triple H's plans for WrestleMania had to be altered when Ronda proposed winning the Women's Tag Team Championship.
Rousey was initially set to participate in a SmackDown Women's Championship match but requested to compete in the tag team match instead. However, Rousey was expected to win the tag team title at WrestleMania 39 or shortly after, but this has not materialized due to her ongoing injury issues.
Ronda Rousey's Injury Delays Title Change
Rousey, a highly valued talent, was not cleared or prepared for a physical engagement at WrestleMania. As a result, she had minimal physical involvement in her four-way match at the event.
According to the Wrestling Observer, Triple H has been compelled to postpone the title change until the former UFC star is fit to wrestle correctly. While it's uncertain when Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler will get a shot at the Women's Tag Team Championship against Raquel Rodriguez and Liv Morgan, recent reports indicate that the title change is still on the cards.
Despite Rousey's injury delaying her involvement, fans are eagerly waiting to see the duo go after the tag team gold. It remains to be seen when they finally get the opportunity to do so. In addition to Rousey and Baszler's title change, Triple H is rumored to plan other changes in the coming weeks.
With Night of Champions scheduled for May 27 and Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn not wrestling in Saudi Arabia, Triple H might consider taking the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship from them. Given the pay-per-view's focus on defending all WWE titles, Triple H may put the tag team titles back on The Usos.