Ronda Rousey has certainly had one of the best first years in pro-wrestling history. She has made a smooth transition from one of MMA's biggest draws to one of WWE's biggest draws. For a while, everything had seemed amazing for The Rowdy one, until Becky Lynch entered the frame.
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Since then, things have appeared to be falling apart a bit for Ronda Rousey. Though she has been a constant feature on TV and has held on to the Women's Championship, it's her social media presence that has been controversial. While some of the things she has said on the public platforms have been intriguing and has helped further her feud with Lynch and Charlotte, some other things she has said have been more surprising, if not annoying for the fans. Her frustration has been apparent, and a cause of concern.
We think that she may soon start to think about life after WWE. Though it wouldn't surprise her if she already has started planning for the same. In this article, we present 3 reasons why she will not be in WWE for a very long time.
#3 “Wrestling is fake”
Ronda Rousey vlogs regularly, and looks hell-bent on making her vlogs entertaining. Unfortunately for pro-wrestling fans, her attempts break our hearts.
Among everything she stated in one of her videos, she said:
Wrestling is scripted. It’s made up. It’s not real.
Can you imagine any other WWE Superstar saying the same? No. Yes, there's a possibility that all of this could be a 'work.' but then... Ahem! However, there's no apparent reason for one of the biggest stars in the WWE to use a public platform to say everything that they do in the company is fake. Unsurprisingly, one of her WrestleMania opponents, Charlotte Flair, commented about her statements on Twitter:
Rousey's statement is shocking. Imagine an antagonist instructing a terrified, trembling protagonist to shoot him in the climax of the movie, saying, “Shoot, I won't die for real. It's a movie, you stupid, idiot.”
It's a terrible statement to make, and it's difficult to imagine that WWE asked her to say all that she has said. In fact, WWE Officials haven't been too happy with Rousey's Twitter happenings. Though she will get away with it, yet this is a strong indication she will not be in the business for a very long time. Else, wrestlers don't call wrestling fake and 'made up' and say that they will disrespect the business. It's more of Rousey's frustration than some 'work.' In brief, Rousey's growing frustration is one of the reasons why Rousey won't spend too much time in the WWE.