On this week's Monday Night Raw, WWE confirmed who Ronda Rousey will be defending the Raw Women's Championship against at this year's Royal Rumble.
Rousey was a guest on the first-ever Moment of Bliss hosted by Alexa Bliss, where she revealed she wanted her next challenger at the Royal Rumble for her title to be Sasha Banks.
The Boss emerged and accepted the challenge, but then Nia Jax arrived to state her case for another title shot, resulting in the two exchanging words.
WWE then had a match between Banks and Jax to determine who will go on to face the Raw Women's Champion for her title on January 27 at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona.
Banks won the match after she springboarded into the Bank Statement for a tapout win, meaning she will face Rousey for the Raw Women's title at the Royal Rumble later this month.
However, more fans were actually impressed with the lines The Boss delivered to The Baddest Woman on the Planet and The Irresistible Force during their promo before her match took place in the ring.
Prior to their match, Sasha mocked the tail end of Rousey’s UFC career, by saying to the Raw Women's Champion: "It will also be my absolute pleasure to teach you how to lose with dignity and class."
Her line to Nia, however, topped this one. When Jax was arguing that she's better than her and therefore Banks needs to get to the back of the line, she replied: "B****, what line?"
WWE fans inside the arena and those watching the show at home absolutely lapped up the line.
The Boss will now go on to face The Baddest Woman on the Planet for the Raw Women's Championship at the Royal Rumble in just a couple of weeks time.
Considering WWE has big plans for Rousey in 2019, which involves her main eventing WrestleMania, it would be surprising if she loses the title on this night in a clean fashion.
However, many fans are glad to see that WWE is releasing the reigns on Banks once more after almost a year of being restricted and out of the title picture on Raw due to the emergence of her Royal Rumble opponent.News Now - Sport News