Ronda Rousey was the victim of one of the nastiest bumps in WrestleMania's history during the historic first ever, all-women's main event at MetLife Stadium on Sunday night.
The battle, which also presented "The Man" Becky Lynch and "The Queen" Charlotte Flair, was a winner-take-all for Raw and the SmackDown Women & # 39; s Championship. On the brutal spot, Rousey placed an over-top rope armbar for Flair, which eventually ended up with The Man kicking her right from the apron.
Prior to the historic event, the former UFC Bantamweight Champion expressed concerns over her WWE future beyond WrestleMania. When asked about her plans after the big night, Rousey kept things awake.
"I don't know, I think I'll have to rethink my life after Sunday," she said last week. "It's a moment so we can see."
Representatives of Rousey did not immediately respond to Fox's question about her future.
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Rousey made her wrestling debut at last year's WrestleMania event in a roof-team battle ̵
Rousey had been Raw Women & # 39; s Champion since SummerSlam in August, defeating WrestleMania host Alexa Bliss. After the event, Rousey began a manger to tear through the healthy women's roster, which included a were Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan, Sarah Logan and Nikki Bella.
In addition, Becky Lynch quickly won the WWE Universe when she attacked Charlotte Flair at the SummerSlam event. During the following months, the three female Superstars have engaged in a bitter rivalry that eventually culminated in May
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In "do-or -the "event finally came Rousey short, as it was Lynch who eventually came out on top – ending Rousey's year-long unbeaten streak and becoming WWE's first ever double-woman champion to finish the historic event.