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Ronda Rousey’s Botched Move: A Case of Prioritizing Safety

Ronda Rousey (Via WWE/Twitter)

Ronda Rousey’s recent bout with Shotzi Blackheart at WWE Survivor Series ended with a botched move that left fans divided. The move, a seemingly blocked DDT on the apron, was met with criticism and ridicule. In a recent gaming stream, Rousey opened up about the botched move, revealing that she intentionally messed it up to keep Shotzi safe.

During the stream, Rousey recounted the events leading up to the botched move, explaining that she had tried to practice the spot beforehand but was unable to due to the loose ropes in her ring and the presence of cages at the arena. As a result, everyone involved was focused on guiding Shotzi over the floor, leaving Rousey with mixed thoughts. She revealed that she was more concerned with keeping Shotzi safe than executing the move perfectly.

Ronda Rousey (Via WWE/Twitter)

Rousey acknowledged that the move looked bad and apologized for it, stating that she was worried about keeping someone safe for the first time. She also pointed out that she wasn’t the only one who had made a mistake, referencing an incident where Madcap Moss and Big E were spiked on their heads and no one called for their dismissal. The hashtag #FireRondaRousey began trending after the match, sparking a heated debate about Rousey’s character and WWE’s handling of the situation.

Fans have been divided on Rousey’s current character, with some criticizing her perceived failures and others defending her commitment to safety. As the situation unfolds, it remains unclear what WWE will do about Rousey’s mistakes.

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