Ronda Rousey doesn't give a damn about her bad reputation, or your move-set. Mark Haskins found that out first hand.

Ring of Honor's Mark Haskins is making his presence felt in Ring of Honor, but he may have indirectly made his presence felt in WWE, as well. Recently on social media, Haskins joked about Ronda Rousey adopting one of his signature moves -- a roll through into a Death Valley Driver. When speaking to Fightful for an exclusive interview, Haskins told us about meeting Ronda just before her wrestling career started.

"I was at PWG BOLA in 2017, and I saw Ronda Rousey outside. She'd seen me wrestle Travis Banks, and I knew for the most part she has pictures taken, but I saw Sammy Guevara get a picture and thought this was my chance. I swooped in, took a quick picture before she tried to flying armbar me, and I just got out of there. She was smiling and super cool. I'm watching WrestleMania and she does my roll up into a Death Valley (Driver), and I'm thinking 'hell no! She's smiling at me because she's stealing my move!' She's done it a few times since then. It's something a lot of the boys call the Ronda Roll, giving her the credit," Haskins laughed.

Rousey hasn't appeared in a WWE ring since WrestleMania 35, where she lost the WWE Raw Championship in the main event, and also broke her hand along the way.

You can see our full interview with Mark Haskins above.

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