Vickie Guerrero wanted to help Ronda Rousey through her run in WWE.
UFC Hall Of Famer and former WWE RAW Women's Champion Ronda Rousey was last seen on WWE programming this past Sunday at WrestleMania 35 where she lost the RAW Women's Title in a Triple-Threat match to Becky Lynch in the main event of the "Show Of Shows". It was reported after the event that Ronda suffered a broken hand during the match and in her latest 'Ronda On The Road' video, she stated after the match while speaking to her mother that she believed she broke a knuckle.
Ronda has been with WWE since January of 2018 and throughout her time in the company, she has main-evented pay-per-views, headlined WWE's first-all women's pay-per-view and had the longest reign as RAW Women's Champion. One individual who kept an eye on Ronda's run in WWE was Vickie Guerrero and while Vickie guest appeared on WFAN Sports Radio, she shared that she would've like to be an advocate of sorts for Ronda on WWE TV because Ronda's strengths are in the ring.
“Yeah I mean, you can be a fan which is fun and exciting. You can sit back in the front row and enjoy the show. Now she’s in the action. So it’s a different story now and one night she did a promo, the fans turned on her and they booed at her and so she wasn’t ready for that and the crowd will eat you alive if they see that you sense any type of fear or insecurity, and they did, and I even tweeted on Twitter, ‘I just heard the most horrible promo’ and everyone’s like, ‘It was Ronda right?’ And I’m like, ‘No comment’." Vickie laughed. "But that’s what I see as a fan on my couch watching. I’m like, ‘God, I’d just love to do her promos for her’ because she doesn’t need to do promos. She has a strength in the ring so, I always see that vision of: what if I could just get in there one more time.”
The finish to the main event of WrestleMania drew a great deal of controversy and the Fightful podcast crew went over the finish of the match and that clip can be viewed by clicking here.
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