Dana Brooke and Ronda Rousey.

Ronda Rousey had a heated confrontation with Dana Brooke after Raw went off air

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This week's Monday Night Raw was quite different to the usual weekly show. 

With less than three weeks until WrestleMania, WWE aired the eagerly anticipated Ultimate Deletion match as the main event. 

"Woken" Matt Hardy invited Bray Wyatt to the Hardy Compound to do battle in the final chapter of "The Great War" that began between the pair back in November. 

And it was about as crazy as expected. 

Hardy and Wyatt brawled all over the compound, from the "Land of Obsolete Men", to inside the "Dome of Deletion".

The finale came at "The Lake of Reincarnation", where Hardy hit a Twist of Fate to pin Wyatt and finally delete his long-term opponent. 

The Ultimate Deletion could signal the end of the pair's feud and if it does, both Hardy and Wyatt may not have opponents at WrestleMania. 

Someone that definitely will be on the card though, is Ronda Rousey. 


The former UFC star will finally make her WWE debut on April 8, in a mixed tag-team match partnering Kurt Angle. 

The two face-off against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon after a number of run-ins last month. 

However, since the match was made on Raw two weeks ago, Rousey has not been on WWE TV, despite being advertised to appear.


Although she wasn't part of the actual show on Monday, the former UFC Women's Bantamweight champ did surprise fans after Raw went off the air. 

In the dark segment, she attempted to cut a promo before being interrupted by Dana Brooke, who said she couldn't wait for WrestleMania to see McMahon make Rousey "her property".

Brooke then demanded Rousey leave, which didn't go well at all. Rousey countered her attack and sent Brooke flying out of the ring with one huge slam. 

Ahead of WrestleMania, Rousey is now being advertised to appear on every week of Raw. However, it's not clear if she will be on the actual show or just in dark segments like last night.

WWE also doesn't normally film the matches or moments after Raw goes off the air, so it's interesting that they kept the cameras on for Rousey this time. 

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