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WWE News: Video of Ronda Rousey making her WWE house show debut

Hell hath no fury like the Rowdy One scorned!

SENIOR ANALYST
News 17 May 2018, 03:47 IST
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Ronda Rousey electrified the crowd in her WWE house show debut match
Ronda Rousey electrified the crowd in her WWE house show debut match

What’s the story?

Video footage of Ronda Rousey’s WWE house show debut has now begun circulating the interwebs.

Rousey reportedly made her house show debut at a RAW-branded live in Geneva, Swtizerland in a six-Woman Tag Team Match.

In case you didn’t know…

Rousey is widely regarded as one of the biggest box office attractions in the history of combat sports.

Rousey wrestled her first official match for the WWE at WrestleMania 34 in April of this year and has made several appearances on RAW in the ensuing days.

The heart of the matter

Despite being involved in physical in-ring segments on RAW, Rousey is yet to wrestle a match after her aforementioned debut matchup at WrestleMania 34.

Regardless, as part of WWE’s ongoing European tour, the WWE put forth a RAW-branded house show in Geneva, Switzerland—with one of the matchups on the show being a 6-Woman Tag Team Match.

Rousey teamed up with Natalya and Ember Moon to take on the team of Mickie James, Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan.

Rousey landed a blistering attack on Riott and James on the feet—following which, the Rowdy One submitted James with an armbar, securing the victory for her team.

Fans can watch video footage of Rousey, Natalya and Moon’s win, below (*courtesy--Anais)—

What’s next?

The WWE recently confirmed that Rousey is set to challenge Nia Jax for the latter’s RAW Women’s Championship at WWE’s Money In The Bank PPV.

The Money In The Bank pay-per-view takes place at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois on June 17th.

Author’s take

Rousey is a phenomenal athlete and a truly passionate performer—be it the world of Mixed Martial Arts of professional wrestling.

Rousey’s mat-wrestling skills are off the charts, and here’s hoping we get to see more of her technical prowess at Money In The Bank next month. 

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