Since losing the SmackDown Women’s Title to Charlotte Flair on the WWE SmackDown edition of December 30, Ronda Rousey has had her eye on the women’s tag team division. Earlier this month, Rousey made comeback on WWE programming and sided with Shayna Baszler. The former UFC champion recently commented on the situation of WWE’s women’s tag team competition, including a heated back and forth with Bayley.

Ronda Rousey apparently brought up a lot of names in the conversation. Furthermore, she blasted Damage CTRL for not being consistent in defending the WWE Women’s tag team titles regularly.

The former Smackdown Women’s champion’s comments attracted the attention of Damage CTRL’s leader, Bayley. She took to Twitter to respond to Ronda Rousey, asking her to show up at live events to witness them defend the titles.

Please spell the champs name right. And then show up to some live events and watch them defend the tag titles weekly.


Ronda Rousey ended the conversation on Twitter by bringing up the match on this week’s Smackdown where women wrestled for two minutes. This prompted Rousey to claim that Bayley was happy in picking up the leftovers, while also stating that she was present at yesterday’s WWE live event, where she watched Bayley get a beatdown.

“Women wrestled for just 2 minutes of last Friday’s 2 hour show. You may be satiated living off the crumbs we’re thrown but I’m not. Btw I was there last night in good old Champaign, Illinois watching you get your ass beat – where your defending champs at?”

This following week on RAW, IYO SKY and Dakota Kai will defend the Women’s Tag Team Title against Becky Lynch and Lita with the possibility of a title change. With Lynch and Lita being considerably larger stars than SKY and Kai, it’s possible that a championship change is in the works.

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