Rousey’s second run in WWE hasn’t quite clicked yet. When she made her return at the Royal Rumble in January, Rousey being a heel and renewing her rivalry with Lynch is what the audience wanted.
Instead, we’ve gotten babyface Rousey feuding with Flair. Rousey is capable of making it work in either role, but the best version of her would be embracing her heel side and not caring what the fans think anymore.
Having a great match with Flair would go a long way in getting things back on track.
Rousey will still be a regular with WWE after WrestleMania and is a lock to become the next SmackDown women’s champion.
Once on the blue brand, The Baddest Woman on the Planet made it clear that she owes many Superstars a beatdown, and that Charlotte wasn't special, but just first.
With that, Ronda Rousey officially challenged Flair for the SmackDown Woman Title on The Grandest Stage of the Them All.
A one-on-one showdown pitting Flair against Rousey is an incredible match made for WrestleMania, but who will emerge victorious?
The Queen’s record speaks for itself, and there is no doubt that she deserves respect as the dominant titleholder she is
But will she have what it takes to defeat the awesome threat that is The Baddest Woman on the Planet?