Ronda Rousey dominates Stephanie McMahon
Ronda Rousey (12-2-0) is the former UFC bantamweight champion. She has been arguably the most domination women’s MMA fighter in history. Her career inside the Octagon came to end in 2016, when she was stopped in the first round by Amanda Nunes. The defeat followed the second round knockout loss to Holly Holm a year earlier. Before that “Rowdy” defeated Bethe Correia, Cat Zingano, Alexis Davis, among others.
Nevertheless, in addition to numerous movie and TV show appearances Ronda Rousey found a new niche, remaining in the spotlight. This past weekend she made her highly anticipated pro-wrestling debut.
Going through the ropes at Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA, the 2008 Judo Olympian teamed up with Kurt Angle. The pair faced off Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. The highlight saw Ronda Rousey hosting Triple H on her shoulder, as well as showing no mercy against Stephanie McMahon, forcing her to tap out.
The day after a new footage emerged, showing “The Baddest Woman on the Planet” giving a painful response to the Raw Commissioner’s proposal that they move forward. This time Rousey put McMahon in an Armbar.