Ronda Rousey has left the global juggernaut, WWE in her rearview and did not have the most pleasant comments to say about the company she was once positioned to be a top star of in her prime run.

Since her departure from WWE, “The Baddest Woman on the Planet,” hasn’t minced words regarding her feelings towards the company and even the former WWE Chairman, Vince McMahon.

Recently, Ronda expressed her lack of surprise regarding the ongoing lawsuit against McMahon. Moreover, she didn’t hold back, asserting that the majority of superstars on the roster feel constrained by their careers, afraid of facing repercussions if they speak out against the company.

The former RAW Women’s champion’s blunt remarks are consistent with her recent criticism of WWE, indicating her reluctance to consider a return to the company under the current circumstances. Witnessing everything that transpired, WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross analyzed Ronda Rousey to be a huge promoter of the anti-Vince McMahon campaign, sensing immense bitterness for him by the Rowdy One on his Grillin with JR podcast.


“I’m a big fan of Ronda Rousey. She’s special. No one has ever been quite like her, but she’s awfully bitter right now. I think she’d be better served talking about her book than talking about her experiences with WWE. You can sure tell by the little bit that I’ve read or heard from her, she sure as hell is not a fan of Mr. McMahon.”

Despite Ronda Rousey berating WWE to its core, history has proven that each individual who did that has found their way back to the company and the same can be said for her as well, so we will have to wait and see what happens next.

Do you think Jim Ross is right in regards to his analysis about Ronda Rousey having bitterness for Vince McMahon? Sound off in the comments!

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