Ronda Rousey Upset About WM 35, Dean Ambrose’s Original RAW Promo

– The WWE Universe is still reeling over the close to last night’s RAW, where Vince McMahon shocking laid a 60-day suspension on Becky Lynch (out of the blue), and replaced her with Charlotte Flair in the much-anticipated RAW Women’s Championship match at Wrestlemania 35.

Ronda Rousey hopped on social media today, revealing her thoughts on what happened last night, and she’s clearly not too happy about VKM’s actions. Check out her Instagram post below that also was placed on her Twitter account:

With Becky Lynch on a high momentum wave with the fans, it’s highly unlikely that this suspension will hold, and she won’t make it to the Grandest Stage of Them All; however, there could be a chance that this bout, rumored to be closing Wrestlemania, could be turned into a triple threat match.

WNZ reported earlier that Dean Ambrose went off script last night during his promo with Seth Rollins, where he wished The Architect a “good luck” of sorts as it relates to his Wrestlemania 35 match against Brock Lesnar.

For those of you who tuned in, you saw Ambrose tell Rollins to “slay the beast”, and swiftly left the squared circle and sat on a chair ringside. According to Wrestling Observer Radio’s Dave Melzer, the segment was slated to be much longer, as The Lunatic Fringe was supposed to explain why he was wishing Seth the best; going into their history with Roman Reigns, the Shield, etc.


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It’s been reported that one of the key factors around Ambrose’s WWE exit was “hokey” segments, and it is clear he didn’t think much of what the WWE had planned for the RAW promo between him and Rollins, so he cut things short and did his own thing.

We all know that WWE officials aren’t too keen on superstars that do not follow direction, and with Dean Ambrose mere months before leaving the company, there’s a good chance that if he doesn’t follow the rules on his way out, he may not be used for much moving forward.

Only time will tell.

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