The moment Ronda Rousey’s WWE punishment is overturned, she engages in a violent altercation with WWE official Adam Pearce.
Ronda Rousey was punished for attacking a referee at SummerSlam 2022 after losing to Liv Morgan for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. When Adam Pearce ordered her to leave the ring in the weeks that followed, Ronda Rousey became confrontational. On one occasion, Ronda Rousey was even detained.
On September 2 of SmackDown, Ronda Rousey entered the ring with a message in her hand. Fans excitedly awaited the carnage the “Baddest Woman on the Planet” would cause this week.
Rousey used the microphone to request that Adam Pearce read the notification in the ring. Rousey’s lack of professionalism was not illegal, Pearce read as a smug Rousey added her own asides. Rousey had been arrested in the past for appearing on SmackDown and assaulting security.
The official complained that he receives no thanks or recognition for his efforts in maintaining two programs. Pearce said he would have fired Rousey despite not disagreeing with the Board of Directors. Since he dislikes the ex-UFC champ.
Pearce insulted Rousey and referred to her as a “b*tch” once more, prompting the champion to attack him and apply an Arm Bar.
In the end, Rousey was put back on the team, but she would still be on probation. To say that Pearce delivered this news poorly would be a gross understatement.
According to earlier reports, Ronda Rousey will not attend Clash at the Castle on September 3rd despite having originally been slated to do so.
At Money In The Bank, Liv Morgan defeated Rousey for the SmackDown Women’s Championship, and Rousey made no progress in regaining it at SummerSlam. After the match at the summer extravaganza, Rousey attacked Morgan and a referee, resulting in a fine and a suspension.