“Everyone doesn’t get that treatment,” Ronda Rousey blames WWE for not treating her same as Logan Paul that eventually derailed her career

The Rowdy One lauds Logan Paul citing what he's been getting from WWE that she didn't.


“Everyone doesn’t get that treatment,” Ronda Rousey blames WWE for not treating her same as Logan Paul that eventually derailed her career

Ronda Rousey and Logan Paul [via- Wrestling Inc]

Ronda Rousey has come up with yet another pet peeve she had in WWE. This time around, she leveraged Logan Paul to evince how she went off the wheels. While speaking to Steve-O’s Wild Ride!, the former UFC ace affirmed that she didn’t usually get the same time to rehearse her promos and stuff that Logan does. Rousey believes that WWE has rolled out the red carpet for The Maverick, and he’s making the most of it.

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Taking a stroll down memory lane, she recalled how her WWE in-ring debut was an instant success. It just so happened at WrestleMania 34, when Ronda Rousey joined forces with Kurt Angle to take on Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. And then, the former Judoka never quite achieved anything of that enormity again. Rousey said that she was able to up the ante as WWE had given her a six-week period to prepare for that highly anticipated ‘Mania bout in 2018.

However, that never happened in a loop, said Ronda. All the greatest minds this business has seen never got to pour in their two cents in her case as they did for her debut. The 2008 Olympic bronze medalist even grew frustrated over this very dichotomy between herself and social media megastar Logan Paul.

It's frustrating that everybody doesn't get that treatment. My first match with them was incredible because we had six weeks to rehearse, all the best minds in the business coming and putting in their two cents and it was an instant classic. Then, they never did it again.
Ronda Rousey on what WWE stopped doing with her

It can be agreed upon that The Arm Collector had a dismal post-pregnancy run with WWE. Ronda was no longer the attraction she once was, and her on-screen character didn’t move a dime. After losing to her longtime friend Shayna Baszler at SummerSlam last year, The Baddest Woman on the Planet bid adieu to WWE. Before bowing out, she did have a sit-down conversation with Triple H.

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Vince McMahon took offense over Ronda Rousey dropping a certain moniker

In her recently released memoir, Our Fight, Ronda Rousey revealed how Vince McMahon was appalled when being asked why female superstars needed to address their titles as Women’s Championship while men didn’t have to use such appendages.

Ronda Rousey with Triple H and Vince McMahon
Ronda Rousey with Triple H and Vince McMahon [via- WWE]

When asked by one of the producers why she dropped it, Rousey was piqued. She further raised it with Triple H, who, in turn, thought it was a valid argument. The Game reached out to McMahon, and the latter oozed misogyny.

The 78-year-old told Hunter to “get out of here with that woke bullsh*t.” Moreover, he told the WWE CCO that they call it the women’s title because “they’re f*king women.” That must’ve been the boiling point in the ex-UFC Bantamweight Champion’s drowning relationship with Vince.

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