Raquel Rodriguez has emerged as a dominant force soon after her main roster debut. Her championship pursuits have been on the roll since last year. While she hasn’t been successful in her chase for the big Gold, she has proven to be a tough competitor. Rodriguez went on a hiatus in December with the reason disclosed as her Mast Cell Activation (MCAS) Diagnosis.

However, Raquel Rodriguez stunned her fans when she returned on February 19th edition of RAW and won the Battle Royal to earn the final spot of the Elimination Chamber Match. Rodriguez was eliminated by Bianca Belair after delivering KOD on her. The match was won by Becky Lynch, who will fight Rhea Ripley at WrestleMania 40.

This week on RAW, she went one-on-one against Chelsea Green. The Former NXT Champion dominated throughout the bout and won it effortlessly. This isn’t the first time she has dismantled Green and it has thus become a piece of cake for her.

After her match, Rodriguez spoke with Cathy Kelley at the backstage during which she revealed her aspirations for her future. Raquel Rodriguez, though, still hopes to enter WrestleMania 40 and determined to win the World Championship.


“After the crazy week I had, landing in Australia, I realized today that it doesn’t really matter what’s going on. The point is, I’m here at Monday Night RAW, and I’m here to send a message. Chelsea loves to run her mouth, and someone needed to give her a message. That someone just happened to be me. So I hope she’s okay. I hope we get to play again next week. I mean, if she’s up for it. I understand if she’s not. But I know I’ll be here next week, ready to go.”

“I see all the gold in my future. I see myself standing at the top of this women’s division, and even though Elimination Chamber didn’t go quite as I had planned, I will still find my way to making it, in some form or way, into WrestleMania. I’m gonna be there.”

Raquel Rodriguez suffered an MCAS flare during her flight to Australia. Despite the flare, Rodriguez showed great character and fought with it at the Chamber Match.

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Rahul Amare

Rahul has been an avid fan of wrestling since he was 9 years old. His earliest memories of wrestling are from the attitude era. He pursues content writing since he is passionate about watching WWE. Bret Hart, Daniel Bryan, and Chris Jericho are three of Rahul's favorite wrestlers. He is also a passionate supporter of the Indian cricket team and a movie buff.

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