Published: Tue, March 27, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Antoinette Montgomery

Well, Ronda Rousey and Mike Golic, that was painfully awkward

Well, Ronda Rousey and Mike Golic, that was painfully awkward

If you're still wondering how seriously Ronda Rousey is taking her return to the ring for WWE. why?

Reigns and Lesnar are facing each other in a world championship match for the second time in four years, with their first encounter at WrestleMania 31 getting interrupted by Seth Rollins' Money in the Bank cash-in. There, we'll see if Rousey's work paid off. The "Phenomenal One" and the "King of Strong Style" are expected to deliver one hell of a fight at the Showcase of Immortals. Lesnar has been Universal Champion since he dethroned Goldberg at WrestleMania 33, while Reigns earned a No. 1 contender spot by winning a seven-man Elimination Chamber match. Interestingly, the two heavyweights have previously faced each other at Wrestlemania 31. Smackdown women's champion Charlotte Flair will defend her title against the women's Royal Rumble victor Asuka. This is in preparation for Rousey's upcoming debut match at WrestleMania.

The Empress of Tomorrow challenged the Queen after she defeated Ruby Riott to retain her title at Fastlane.

Alexa Bliss (c) vs Nia Jax (c) - WWE Raw Women's Championship Match. Then, when she's asked if Stephanie McMahon - one of her WrestleMania 34 opponents in a mixed tag team match with partner Kurt Angle and Triple H - is working as hard as her, Rousey just laughs.

Michael Chiesa fully supports Ronda Rousey's decision to change career as she leaves the UFC and embarks on a new journey as part of World Wrestling Entertainment.

When it comes to anything related to Ronda Rousey and MMA, it seems getting a straight answer from the former UFC women's bantamweight champion is never an easy task.

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