Ronda Rousey “Not Alone” In Her View Of WWE’s Women’s Division

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Ronda Rousey recently made her thoughts on her 2022 feud with Liv Morgan very public as she reflected on what could have been.

At Money In The Bank 2022, Liv Morgan did not waste any time when she won the briefcase guaranteeing her a title shot. She picked her moment after Ronda Rousey had defended her SmackDown Women’s Title against Natalya and cashed in, becoming champion in the process.

The two women then met again at SummerSlam but a controversial finish led to Rousey’s villainous side rearing its head and she dominated Morgan, winning back her title when the two women met again at Extreme Rules.

Taking to social media, Ronda Rousey shared a video of back in August 2022 when she was in the midst of her feud with Morgan but in Anaheim, California on SmackDown, Rousey took out Natalya instead. Accompanying the video was a post indicating that Rousey was less than thrilled at WWE management over the storyline:

“Imagine what our @yaonlylivvonce feud could have been if we weren’t hamstrung by a bunch of octogenarians who still think they know how to be hip while putting less than 5 minutes of thought a week into each women’s storyline… 🤔 new #RondaOnTheRoad”

Now a report from WRKD Wrestling has indicated that Rousey’s feelings about WWE’s women’s divisions have been echoed by others in the company on the road to WrestleMania:

“Ronda Rousey is not alone in her feelings about the women’s division booking, as others backstage feel the women have struggled to gain traction this #WrestleMania season compared to the men due to their writing.”

Ronda Rousey will be part of the WrestleMania Showcase tag team match in Los Angeles but it is believed that the former UFC star will be competing on The Grandest Stage of Them All with a broken arm.