Ronda Rousey: "That's why I didn't enjoy my Royal Rumble win"
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 570
The winner of the women's Royal Rumble of 2022 was Ronda Rousey, a former MMA athlete, already seen for a whole year in the WWE rings, when she held the title of champion of Monday Night Raw for months, with such a reign that is however finished at the hands of Becky Lynch in Wrestlemania 35, when Becky won her belt and that of Charlotte Flair, becoming Becky Two Belts.
As soon as the music of the Baddest Woman on the Planet resounded, all the fans of the WWE Universe immediately understood how she would be the winner of the WWE thirty-woman contest, a bit like when Brock Lesnar joined the men's contest.
Many already knew about her of her return to the ring, since it had been days that the rumors around the WWE real fight reported her return to her surprise, which then so surprisingly, therefore, it was not. Apparently, however, one of the greatest accolades of Ronda's pro-wrestlig career, her victory at Rumble, would not be a great memory for her, as admitted by the athlete herself in her latest interview with her.
Ronda Rousey and the bad memory with the victory of the Royal Rumble
In her latest speech by her to The DC Check-In microphones, Baddest Woman on the Planet recalled her Rumble victory. Former MMA champion in fact said about: "I was expecting the boos.
I went out with my guard up and I didn't expect to enjoy the moment because I expected that I would get a bad reaction and then I would go out like that. So I went out there and instead everyone cheered and I blocked them, without letting them enter, so I got into the ring, did my job and left." Ronda therefore expected a negative reaction from the WWE public, which did not happen after more than a year away from the McMahon company, so the athlete was unable to enjoy the moment, one of the most important moments of his path in WWE, because he was not in the right mood.