Video: Ronda Rousey Suspended From WWE Following Vicious ‘Attack’

Ronda Rousey’s time in WWE hasn’t gone so smooth.

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Ronda Rousey lost it during last night’s (Mon. June 19, 2018) episode of Monday Night RAW.

The former UFC women’s bantamweight champion was enraged after being screwed out of the RAW Women’s Championship at the promotion’s Money In The Bank (MITB) pay-per-view (PPV). Rousey challenged title holder Nia Jax in a one-on-one affair that was well received by fans.

Before Rousey could lock in the armbar for the finish, however, MITB briefcase holder Alexa Bliss cashed in her contract and beat both Rousey and Jax down before winning the title herself.

Rousey retaliated last night on RAW by interrupting Bliss’ title celebration and assaulting both RAW General Manager Kurt Angle and the RAW Women’s Champion.

The Rowdy One used a judo toss on Angle and used the MITB briefcase to attack both the RAW General Manager and Bliss. The segment ended when Rousey put Bliss through a table. Check it out here:

After the segment Angle suspended Rousey for 30 days as a result of her actions. Of course, this is all a storyline and everything was scripted out.

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10 MMA Stars Who Had Plastic Surgery

Whether necessary or elected, these 10 MMA stars went under the knife for plastic surgery:

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Whether it’s for cosmetic, functional, or medical reasons, a number of MMA stars have opted to undergo plastic surgery over the years.

In this article we’ll take a look at 10 of them, revealing what procedures they had and what the end result looked like.

Pearl Gonzalez

If it had been left up to Pearl Gonzalez, nobody would have known that she had breast implants prior to her UFC debut at UFC 210 last year, but the New York State Athletic Commission (NYSAC) had other ideas – and much to her embarrassment.

On the day of the weigh-ins, NYSAC officials informed the stunned Gonzalez that she wouldn’t be allowed to fight on the card due to her implants.

However, after taking a couple of minutes to get over the initial shock, Gonzalez told her team to stay focused and that she was determined to still compete.

The UFC then went to bat for Gonzalez and managed to smooth things over with the commission so that she could still fight on the card. Of course, by that stage word had gotten out about the situation and was being reported on far and wide.

“I don’t think I wanted the world to know about my surgery and to be talked about like this,” Gonzalez said at a hastily arranged press conference after her bout was green-lit, adding that, “I’m going to show the world that not only do I have breast implants, but I am a talented fighter.”

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Ronda Rousey Comments On UFC Hall Of Fame Induction

Check out how Ronda Rousey reacted to the fact that she’ll be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame:

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During the pay-per-view (PPV) broadcast of UFC 225 this past Saturday (June 9, 2018), it was announced that former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey would become the first female fighter to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame next month in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Following the announcement, Rousey took to her official Instagram account to react to the news:

“This is an immense honor, to not only take part in bringing women to the forefront of this sport, but now the Hall of Fame,” Rousey wrote. “May I be the first of many.”

The inaugural UFC women’s bantamweight champion, Rousey took the promotion by storm after making the jump over from Strikeforce in 2012. Ultimately, she ended up defending her 135-pound title six-straight times with all six of those victories coming by way of stoppage.

Her career, however, didn’t end on a high note as she ended up suffering back-to-back stoppage defeats to Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes. She hasn’t competed since December 2016 and it’s assumed that her fighting days are behind her.

Currently, she is signed with the WWE and performing as a professional wrestler.

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Top 10 MMA Bad Girls

You’ve seen MMA’s bad boys – check out the sport’s bad girls:

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In the sport of MMA there are plenty of fighters who fall under the banner of being ‘bad boys,’ but let’s not forget that there are ‘bad girls’ out there too.

In this article, we’ll take a look at 10 of today’s most notorious fighters in WMMA, from the outspoken trash-talkers and troublemakers through to the steroid cheats and the former ‘wild childs’ trying to put their murky past behind them.

Carina Damm

Nearly 14 years into her MMA career, Carina Damm, sister of former UFC fighter Rodrigo Damm, is a true veteran of the sport, having fought for the likes of Strikeforce, Jungle Fights and most recently Titan FC.

However, the 39-year-old ‘Beauty But The Beast’ also holds the dubious distinction of being the first-ever female MMA fighter to test positive for steroids.

Damm popped for the banned anabolic steroid nandrolone back in 2008 after her first fight in the United States at FFF4, where she had defeated her opponent via a second-round armbar submission.

She was subsequently banned for a year, though Damm continued to fight back home in Brazil in the mean time.

However, Damm would again run into trouble when she was caught attempting to submit a fake urine sample following a loss to Jessica Eye at NFAAS 9 in 2013, which was quickly spotted due to the fact it was reportedly ‘clear’ and ‘cold’.

Damm was subsequently suspended for 6 months, leaving her reputation further tarnished.

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UFC Announces Ronda Rousey Will Be Inducted Into Hall Of Fame On 7/5

During the UFC 225 pay-per-view broadcast on Saturday night, the UFC made a big announcement regarding Ronda Rousey and the UFC Hall Of Fame. It was announced this evening during the UFC 225 PPV broadcast that former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Cham…

During the UFC 225 pay-per-view broadcast on Saturday night, the UFC made a big announcement regarding Ronda Rousey and the UFC Hall Of Fame. It was announced this evening during the UFC 225 PPV broadcast that former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey will be taking her rightful place in the Modern Wing of […]

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