Ronda Rousey is now 2-0 in the WWE, after winning her first ever house show match in Switzerland.
Teaming with longtime friend Natalya and main roster newcomer Ember Moon, the former UFC Women's Bantamweight champion got her first in-ring action against active female roster members on Wednesday night. The trio would defeat a combination of Riott Squad's Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan, as well as Mickie James.
You can see a video of Rousey gaining a hot tag above (courtesy of our friends at PWU), where she lands a series of strikes and judo throws, before going at both Mickie James and Ruby Riott in the corner. Rousey then utilized another throw and transitioned into an armbar, in which James immediately tapped out to.
This was Rousey's first match since debuting at WrestleMania 34 just over a months ago. Following her house show debut, Rousey spoke about the experience.
"It was an amazing time," said Rousey. "I got to out there with the girls and learned a lot. They taught me how to stand on the turnbuckle for the first time, because I never did it before. I got there and was like "what do I do when I'm up there?'"
In addition to this match, Rousey spoke to TMZ earlier this week and was asked about having children. "Soon, some day. Some day soon but I don't know yet," Rousey said.
It should also be noted that the third member of Riott Squad, Sarah Logan, was in Orlando, Florida after flying home from the European tour yesterday.