The Baddest woman on the planet is close to making her official WWE return.
Ronda Rousey has not been seen anywhere near WWE since WrestleMania 35 in 2019 where she was defeated by Becky Lynch for the RAW Women’s Championship.
“Ronda’s Revenge” is the current game plan working title for Ronda’s comeback program. The idea is she will be a super villain type heel due to the fact that many WWE fans never truly accepted and supported her when she first joined WWE and many fans view her as just another part-timer that takes the spotlight and opportunities from the full-time WWE women’s roster. She will belittle the wrestling business and call wrestling “fake” and non-comparable to UFC/MMA fighting to draw even more heat from worked WWE fans.
Ronda Rousey and Brock Lesnar both share the same WWE roles as former UFC Champions joining WWE in the next chapter of their professional careers and facing criticism and backlash from WWE fans for coming to this business and making more money while doing less work than the regular full-time superstars who have hustled for years just for a chance to get opportunities that Brock and Ronda seemingly get handed to them on a sliver platter.
WWE is going to take full advantage of the fans resentment for Ronda and have her return as a viscous heel. Another aspect to Ronda Rousey returning as a heel is so she can play the super villain to Becky Lynch’s “THE MAN” super-hero.
We previously reported (read below) on April 5th that WWE is planning for Ronda Rousey vs Becky Lynch to be one of the main programs in WWE moving forward and by April, 11th the wheels started in motion. The recent comments made by Ronda on social media about wrestling and the fans is delicately designed by WWE to begin the comeback storyline of “Ronda’s Revenge”.
WWE views Ronda Rousey vs Becky Lynch as the biggest match-up in their arsenal and SummerSlam or WrestleMania 37 in 2021 are current projected dates for this mega-match to happen. Ronda Rousey will tear through the WWE Women’s roster before eventually having a epic showdown against Becky Lynch.
There were previous reports floating around that Ronda Rousey signed a new WWE contract and we can tell you that is absolutely not true. Ronda Rousey signed her first and only WWE Contract in 2018 and it was a 4-year part-time contract. The terms for this deal ends in Spring 2021 which would be right after WrestleMania 37 in 2021 taking place in Los Angeles, CA.
Ronda vs Becky will the heavyweight women’s showdown to prove once and for all who is the baddest? and who is the man? Stay tuned to Slice Wrestling for the latest and greatest wrestling updates.