3 things we learned from Ronda Rousey's WWE 24 Network Special
Events that are chronicled in this brand new documentary eventually put Rousey's stamp as the face of WWE programming, especially during the period between WrestleMania's 34 and 35.
This documentary also focuses on her perspective on things during this period of time in retrospection. Here's a look at three things we learned from 'WWE 24: The Year of Ronda Rousey'.
#3 Ronda loved the transition from competitor to entertainer
We all know that Ronda Rousey became a household name during her years in the UFC. But, this documentary points out there eventually came a time where Ronda had to get her priorities straight by moving onto the next phase of her life.
That is when WWE was the next logical step for her. In fact, Ronda's mother actually encouraged her to enter the world of sports entertainment and there are various instances in the documentary which show us the very idea of her headlining shows made her giddy with joy.
Thus, she had to eventually completion the transition into being an entertainer, which appeared an enjoyable process for the 32-year-old. The documentary is filled with clips showing her gratitude for the opportunities she had received. Moreover, there are various other superstars and WWE personalities who helped her to achieve success within the industry.
In a way, it seems she was genuinely happy living out her dream as a professional wrestler - mirrored by some highs and lows which eventually culminated in a very successful first year for her with the company.