Ronda Rousey responds after Sasha Banks' 'Four Horsewomen' signal on Raw

Sasha Banks, Ronda Rousey

Last week on Monday Night Raw, a Women's Championship match for the Royal Rumble was set, as Sasha Banks became the next-in-line to challenge Ronda Rousey.

Banks defeated Nia Jax in a number-one contendership bout, and it's only fitting that she finally faces Rousey for the first time after the UFC Hall of Famer stated that she wanted to face The Boss.

But first the pair would have to team up on Raw to face the duo of Jax and Tamina, and it would be four-time champion Banks who would pick up the win for their team.

After their victory, Ronda told Sasha to her face that she will show her the utmost of respect by tapping her out at the Royal Rumble, and The Boss didn't like that.

Responding by saying she will be the one submitting Rousey and taking back her Women's title, the two had a staredown before leaving the ring - with Sasha taunting her with the 'four horsewomen' signal.

Of course there are two groups of horsewomen; the MMA fouresome of Rousey, and NXT stablemates Shayna Baszler, Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir, and the WWE counterparts of Banks, Bayley, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch.

Sasha Banks and Ronda Rousey had a confrontation on Raw after their tag team victory.

After Banks' actions on Raw, Rousey has responded in the form of an Instagram post, and she has fired back spectacularly.

Rousey's post read: "@sashabankswwe I don’t know why you bother throwing up the 4s when you guys aren’t even friends. @charlottewwe and @beckylynchwwe wouldn’t p**s on you if you were on fire. You’re lucky the tag title only requires two per a team cause @itsmebayley is the only friend you have. #RondaVsSasha #RawWomensChampionship #4horsewomenVsFauxhorsewomen #RowdyHartVsBossHugConnection #WomensTagTeamChampionship

"If you missed the action last night and need to get caught up, check the link in my bio๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ"

We have a feeling that the one-on-one match at the Rumble will only be the start of what could be a huge feud when the remaining MMA horsewomen make the step-up from NXT to the main roster.

It would be complex considering Lynch and Flair are currently not on the same brand as the rest of the women, but it's the money feud to make in the long-run and the seeds are already being planted in the first few weeks of 2019.

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