Ronda Rousey Gone After WM 35? Carmella Snaps Back At WWE
Ronda Rousey Gone After WM 35? Carmella Snaps Back At WWE. Ronda Rousey is not advertised for any RAW televised events after WM 35.
– There have been rumblings about Ronda Rousey leaving the WWE after Wrestlemania 35; however, the Baddest Woman on the Planet has fluffed them off. While it’s clear that she may want to start a family soon, Rousey also seems quite committed to her WWE career.
Having said that, Ronda is currently advertised for all televised RAW events from now until the flagship event takes place. At that point, she is advertised for the April 8th edition of Monday Night RAW (the infamous RAW after Wrestlemania), and nothing else after that.
Does this potentially mean Ronda Rousey could leave the WWE after ‘Mania?
It’s hard not to speculate that her last RAW appearance that is advertised could involve an exit storyline for her character to, at the very least, take a break from the WWE after Wrestlemania 35; if not leave all together.
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Still, Ronda Rousey is also signed up for the next season of Total Divas, so no RAW advertisements after WM could mean she may need a bit of a breather after the crazy schedule she has had as of late.
– R-Truth and Carmella make a fabulous team on SmackDown LIVE. They came together during the most recent Mixed Match Challenge season, and are quite entertaining with their “seven-second” dance breaks, and bantering back and forth in the ring during promos.
While R-Truth won the U.S Championship on the post-Royal Rumble edition of SmackDown LIVE, he kind of disappeared afterward, and then re-appeared during this week’s SD, where he issued an Open Challenge for his United States Championship, inspired by his idol of sorts, John Cena.
He’d go on to win a triple threat match against Andrade Almas and Rey Mysterio, and WWE’s Twitter handle would share his post-win interview via a tweet, failing to mention Carmella’s name.
Well, the Princess of Staten Island would haven’t that, and clearly didn’t like the fact that she wasn’t included in the shout-out, quipping back at them via the tweet below:
I was there too! ????? https://t.co/eEhGBKrrtt
— MELLA I$ MONEY (@CarmellaWWE) February 28, 2019