Ronda Rousey made headlines in the business when she departed WWE following her SummerSlam match against Shayna Baszler the previous year, opting for a hiatus from professional wrestling. However, she has recently attracted attention by sharing surprising insights about her time in WWE. Now, Corey Graves has responded to her revelations.

In her book “Our Fight,” Ronda Rousey delves into her WWE experiences, providing candid insights into her tenure with the company. Notably, she directs strong language towards Bruce Prichard and John Laurinaitis, expressing her frustrations by telling them to go ‘f*** themselves.’ Ronda Rousey even alleged that WWE discriminated against women.

Corey Graves recently appeared as Bill Apter’s guest on Sportskeeda WrestleBinge. During the interview, Apter asked Graves to share his thoughts on Ronda Rousey’s comments about her time in WWE, particularly her remarks about Vince McMahon. Corey Graves noted that Rousey is ultimately entitled to her opinion, but added that he felt sorry that she felt that way about WWE in general.

“Listen, I take everything with a grain of salt. Listen, if you’re in this business for any duration, you get used to letting those sort of things roll off your back. Everybody has a different experience in WWE or in the wrestling business. Not everybody accomplishes what they set out to accomplish. Some people never expect to love it and fall madly in love with it. You look at a guy coming from another world like a Logan Paul who’s taken to this like a fish to water. He’s having a very different experience.


“Ronda came from the combat sports world, which is a very different world despite being the same general flavor as wrestling, as WWE. I’ve always gotten along well with Ronda. Her personal experience is her personal experience. When my name is mentioned, I can add something but you never really fault anybody — she’s entitled to her opinion. I don’t necessarily say I’m inclined to agree and I may downright disagree sometimes but people are entitled to their opinions and I’m sorry if she feels that way. She’s got a lot of fans around the world who were grateful for her time here.”

Ronda Rousey has also retired from professional wrestling for good, but has been labeled bitter woman for her anti-WWE remarks. Nevertheless, Rousey has other things to look forward to in life, and that’s what matters.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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