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Ronda Rousey Reveals The Only Thing That Held Her Back From Speaking Out About John Laurinaitis

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Ronda Rousey has a new book coming out called “Our Fight”, and she’s doing interviews to promote it.

During a “Never Before Told” interview, the first ever UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion went on to rip WWE:

“Behind the scenes? How much of an absolute sh*t show it is at the WWE because they can’t hold the story over my head and hold me hostage with my own career.

I don’t need anything from them and I don’t intend on going back, so I can say everything that I think and feel while everybody else is still held captive by their organization.”

Also during this interview, she revealed that she wanted to write a lot of things about John Laurinaitis and Bruce Prichard, but couldn’t due to word limit:

“The only thing that really held me back was the number of words I was allowed to have in this book. We were contractually held to 90,000 words, and I was going to talk so much more sh*t, especially about John Laurinaitis and Bruce Prichard.

I understand, we had to streamline everything and now take a detour on the ‘f**k these old bastards’ path. There was a lot more to it, but I had to get down to the meat and potatoes.”

As we noted earlier, Rousey went off on Vince McMahon in her autobiography and claimed that there’s casting couch culture in WWE.

Here’s what she wrote:

“It’s hard to sometimes know where the evil, unethical, slimeball character of Vince McMahon played out for the cameras ends and the actual questionably ethical, many times sued, and multiple times accused of $exual misconduct Vince McMahon begins.

[WWE pay-per-view events are] held in major cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia, as well as now twice a year in Saudi Arabia, a nation that restricts the rights of women in a way that I’m certain Vince McMahon wishes he could.

WWE bills itself as a sports entertainment organization, and just like in the mainstream entertainment industry, there was by all accounts a casting couch culture where men backstage in powerful positions pressured female talent for $exual favors in return for airtime.”

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