This past week on Monday Night Raw came the heel turn that everyone was expecting as Ronda Rousey turned on the WWE Universe.
After storming out to the ring to reclaim her Women's Championship belt, just as a match was made between Becky Lynch and Charlotte for the Fastlane pay-per-view, Rousey went on a scathing rant at the fans for not appreciating her talents.
Rousey even admitted that she refused to say some of the things scripted for her in the turn, stating on her vlog: “They gave me other things to say. I didn’t f***ing say it.”
Then came an assault on Lynch to close-out the show and solidify Rousey as what seems to be the top heel in the company, let alone amongst the females.
It came in a week where Rousey and Lynch went through another social media spat, in which the Lasskicker made a derogatory reference to Rousey's husband, UFC heavyweight Travis Browne, that she seemingly didn't like.
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Not only did she break kayfabe earlier in the conversation by calling Lynch's armbar finisher 'fake', she referred to her as her real-life name of 'Rebecca Quin' before telling her the next time she saw her she was going to 'beat the f*** out of her' - and boy she did that on Raw.
In the latest episode of her vlog series, Rousey denounced not only the WWE Universe, but the fans in Los Angeles, who booed her out of the Staples Center at Survivor Series last November.
F*** you people! F*** you guys,” Rousey said of the LA crowd who rejected her.
“That whole city is just a bunch of people who are f***ing transplants who are trying to escape s***ty ass Ohio or wherever the f*** that they’re from and they have no pride in LA and they come to our f***ing games and s**t on our teams and say ‘I’m from Los Angeles, I’ve been living here for 10 years’ - No you’re f***ing not!”
Rousey then did the worst thing of all and broke kayfabe yet again, denouncing WWE as 'scripted' and 'not real'.
“I’m going out there and doing whatever the hell I want," said Rousey.
"And they can explain it however they want, but … f*** em. Everybody. WWE Universe included.
"I meant that I’m going to disrespect the sport that they all love so much. ‘Oh don’t break kayfabe Ronda!’ Wrestling is scripted. It’s made up. It’s not real. None of those bitches can f***ing touch me. The end.”
There are a lot of unhappy wrestling fans out there seething at Ronda's comments, but maybe we've all been worked into a shoot.
WWE may well be toying with everyone when it comes to Rousey's content and it looks to be continuing until the takes the 'hiatus' which seems to be coming in the near future.News Now - Sport News