WrestleMania 34: Ronda Rousey makes successful WWE debut

Posted April 11, 2018

Now they clash one-on-one for the first time since the main event of WrestleMania 31.

But Rousey, who was watched by her former UFC boss Dana White, stepped in for the save to deny Triple H and his wife victory.

But she was looking to make peace with the first ever UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion on the first RAW of the new season. After years of standing alone in the Octagon, it felt good to be part of a team, on which the responsibility to entertain and succeed is shared among many. It was the goal. After all, her in-ring debut on Sunday night would turn into a massive success.

Rousey had more fire and more intensity than fans believed possible.

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WrestleMania 34 was certainly a spectacle to behold, what with Ronda Rousey making her WWE debut, John Cena taking on The Undertaker, and Roman Reigns battling it out with Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Championship.

Thankfully, that was not the case by a long shot.

The marquee mixed tag team match pitting Kurt Angle and Ronda Rousey against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon was next and this match more than exceeded expectations.

In the final moments of the match, both Stephanie and Triple H tried to deliver pedigree to Angle and Rousey, respectively. Stephanie McMahon made her million dollar investment look worth every penny, really selling the agony of every arm bar and reversal the Rowdy One locked in. He was predictably great.

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Irish professional wrestler Finn Bàlor (real name Fergal Devitt) should've had a less than stellar evening during last night's Wrestlemania 34, as he suffered an intercontinental loss to fellow wrestler Seth Rollins. That's not to suggest that WWE is suddenly exploring portrayals of domestic violence - far from it. Her undefeated streak eclipsed that of new Hall of Famer Goldberg and created an aura about her that left fans wondering who could believably beat her.

"I owe the WWE universe an apology because I thought they were going to boo me out of the building from day one", she admitted. "I'm just really, really glad I gave it time instead of giving up and feeling it was the end of the world", she added. Hunter sold for her but it was not a stretch in any way; he honestly seemed overwhelmed by Ronda Rousey.

No question, Vince must've been flipping over furniture that a few of these expressive signs slipped through the cracks and got on TV, but for fans, they often resulted in joyous catharsis for a show that highlighted so many of WWE's creative pitfalls.

He then hit the running powerslam and got the three-count to win his first tag title in the WWE. He recalled that backstage, Stephanie McMahon dismissed Rousey as washed up, boasting that even she could take her on.

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