Ronda Rousey recently lost her SmackDown Women’s Championship on the final episode of WWE SmackDown 2022. The woman that ripped off the title from the Baddest Woman of the Plant was none other than her old nemesis, Charlotte Flair.
The fans were hoping history was going to repeat itself, as the WWE Universe would get to see another epic feud between Rowdy Ronda and The Genetically Superior Athlete. But it looks like Ronda has some other plans for her future.
LAS VEGAS, NV – DECEMBER 30: Ronda Rousey prepares to walk to the Octagon to face Amanda Nunes in their UFC bantamweight championship bout during the UFC 207 event at T-Mobile Arena on December 30, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Brandon Magnus/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)
Despite her ringside partner Baszler, advising her not to, an irate Rowdy Ronda accepted the match, but the odds were not on her side. Already tired from her match against Rodriquez, the 135-pounder became the recipient of a big boot from The Nature Girl.
Flair then tried to take out The 2-Times WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion with a spear, but Rousey countered it with an arm bar. To everyone’s surprise, The Dirtiest Player in the Game reversed Rousey’s armbar into a pinfall victory by rolling Rowdy up against the mat.
The Queen “made history” and became a “14-time champion” in WWE.
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After a shocking loss of the title, it seems like Rowdy Ronda wants to explore the Women’s Tag Team Division and has plans to dominate it as she did with the Singles Women’s Division.