Ronda Rousey Gets Nailed With Steel Chair In Latest WWE Appearance

Ronda Rousey can almost be credited for changing UFC Dana White’s mind on ladies fighting MMA when the women’s division was put up in the promotion. Now that she’s with the WWE, her division suffered an embarrassing attack and she wasn’t able to defend it. 

The WWE’s women’s division saw chaos and utter destruction when it suffered an all-out assault from Smackdown champion Becky Lynch at the go-home edition of Monday Night Raw. Rousey herself wasn’t spared from the attack on the red brand roster.

All-Out Attack

After Alexa Bliss named all five members of her Survivor Series team for this Sunday’s much-anticipated pay-per-view event, the “Irish Lasskicker” left everyone in awe when she attacked the Raw women’s champion backstage.

Lynch apparently did serious damage on Ronda after putting the former UFC icon in her signature “Disarmher” submission lock. After so, the Smackdown queen led her entire team into the ring, blindsiding Team Bliss and a majority of the Raw women’s division.

The 31-year-old Raw herald went back to strike back at Becky for a second round, but her damaged arm was too much to be of use. Eventually, the Irish mugger was able to attack her anew — this time with a steel chair.


Amid the division vs division fracas, Becky suffered what is believed to be a broken nose while fighting a member of the Raw brand. Her wound bled profusely throughout the entire segment.

It doesn’t seem like the attacking champ intended to be busted open. But with the blood running down her face, she stood tall and triumphant, ready to prove to the world that she came to dominate the business.


  a superstar in the wrestling arena. While it isn’t safe to say that without Rousey there would never have been a female division in the UFC, we are certain that she’s the fighter to change White’s mind on having women fight for the promotion.


Featured Image Credit: Twitter/WWE

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