During the latest episode of Monday Night Raw, Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler defeated three other teams in a Fatal 4-Way Match to crown the new tag team champions with the belts that had been vacated due to Liv Morgan's injury.
During a conversation with the New York Post, Rowdy didn't take long to point out that the other teams in WWE aren't at their level, specifying that she doesn't see much competition on the horizon for the two of them. She said: "Well, the lack of Competition is really the issue.
I mean we want to be the most active champions out there. I want to be able to defend this title every week and even twice a week on both SmackDown and Raw. But since the women's division is shallow, there aren't enough women here to keep us busy for a month.
And so that's the biggest challenge we have, which is to get this company to really care and invest in this tag division."
Ronda Rousey criticizes the condition of the WWE women's division
Continuing the chat, Ronda Rousey said: "It was like the entire women's division was cleaned up," referring to the period between when she left WWE in 2019 to become a mother and when she returned in 2022.
"And now we are the women who are left trying to put together, you know, stories and a division, a tag division with like 10 women or even less on each roster. I mean, we are doing our best to turn something extremely bad into something incredible, and we did something incredible on Raw." It's not the first time that Ronda Rousey has expressed herself in this way about WWE's decisions regarding the women's division.
In fact she some time ago she had criticized on social media her management of her feud against Liv Morgan, indirectly attacking Vince McMahon, so she absolutely she is not one of her who backs down in these battles.
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