Ronda Rousey made a much-awaited comeback to WWE by participating in the Royal Rumble 2022 and eventually became a two-time SmackDown Women’s Champion. Nevertheless, her success was short-lived as some fans quickly grew disenchanted with the way WWE portrayed her character, leading to a renewed wave of criticism against her. After what transpired on Smackdown this week, fans are now wondering whether Rouse will be able to compete at WrestleMania 39 due to her current injury.
Interestingly enough, Ronda Rousey previously made it clear that she is no longer interested in pursuing Charlotte Flair and wants to dominate the tag team division instead. Afterwards, Rousey has been paired up with Shayna Baszler.
The highly anticipated tag team match featuring Ronda Rousey on Friday Night SmackDown was unexpectedly cancelled, with WWE opting to replace it with a singles match instead.
Michael Cole disclosed that Ronda Rousey sustained an injury in a brawl with Tegan Nox prior to the show. Footage showed Ronda clutching her arm and expressing regret to Nox that she didn’t completely destroy it.
According to a report by PW Torch, it was noted that despite aggravating a previous injury, Ronda Rousey’s availability to participate in WrestleMania, which is in four weeks, is not expected to be impacted.
PWTorch has learned that she aggravated a prior injury and it is not expected to infringe on her availability to wrestle at WrestleMania in four weeks.
WWE has also drastically changed plans for Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 39. We will have to wait and see when Ronda Rousey will get her shot at the Women’s Tag Team Championships. However, it is clear that many fans are relieved that she is no longer in the main event title picture, as her previous run was met with mixed reactions from the WWE Universe.
As WrestleMania 39 approaches, fans are on the edge of their seats, eagerly waiting to see whether Ronda Rousey will be able to compete after sustaining an injury in a brawl with Tegan Nox. Despite the setback, the latest reports suggest that her availability is not expected to be impacted. The road to WrestleMania is always full of surprises, and with WWE drastically changing their plans for Ronda, it remains to be seen what the future holds for the former champion.
What do you think about Ronda Rousey’s current injury and the changes in her WrestleMania plans? Do you think she should return to the main event title picture, or do you prefer her in the tag team division? We’d love to hear your thoughts, so please leave a comment below and join the conversation!