Ronda Rousey exited WWE following her match against Shayna Baszler at SummerSlam the previous year. Rousey has been vocal about her experience in the company, stating a lot of negative things about WWE and now she has been called out for her remarks.

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.

While speaking on Story Time With Dutch Mantell, the former WWE manager addressed Ronda Rousey’s anti-WWE remarks for the past month. He called out Ronda Rousey for being ungrateful despite the fact that the company pushed her to the moon. He also criticized Ronda Rousey for wearing generic ring gear.

“Well, I don’t know what she’s b****ing about,” Mantell said. “All the success she’s had. They pushed her like there wasn’t a tomorrow, and she still couldn’t [be happy]. She just didn’t have showbiz in her bones at all. She’d walk out there wearing some ordinary-looking ring attire. Why didn’t she increase her ring attire? Why didn’t she revamp that? Do something.” 


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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