Ronda Rousey shines in her WWE house show debut



Rousey was also asked about having baby fever.

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Ronda Rousey will make her British debut for WWE in an event at the O2 Arena in London on August 29. Placing her in the ring with Nia Jax over a more polished talent like Flair so early in her career is a risk, but maybe Rousey can outperform expectations once again.

"I'm over the moon about it".

With her focus on winning her first women's title in the squared circle, we'll stay tuned to see when little Ronda is on the way. "I really wasn't expecting it, especially not this soon", Rousey, 31, admitted to TMZ late Tuesday.

In fact, she just booked her first championship match against the Raw Women's champ, Nia Jax, at the "Money in the Bank" Pay-Per-View next month in Chicago.

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Pliskova was served at 30-all with the final set deadlocked at 5-5 and went on to lose the match very much based on that decision.

Rousey could be Raw women's champion by that point - she faces current title holder Nia Jax for the belt at Money In The Bank, live on Sky Sports Box Office on June 17.

Ronda Rousey is ready to take on motherhood.

"Soon, someday soon", Rousey told TMZ.

The finish of the match saw Rousey take down James then applied the armbar for the quick submission.

Besides, with several other top WWE personalities such as Mickie James and Stephanie McMahon besting both the professional and parenting spheres, Rousey surely would have no shortage of advice regarding the same.

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