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Ronda Rousey Will Go After A New Title In WWE

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• Ronda Rousey Will Go After A New Title In WWE

Ronda Rousey lost the SmackDown Women’s Championship to Charlotte Flair on the December 30th episode of Friday Night SmackDown.

According to Xero News, Triple H decided to book Charlotte to win the SmackDown Women’s Title because most of the top matches for WrestleMania 39 got leaked (where Flair was scheduled to face Bianca Belair for the RAW Women’s Championship), so he wanted to shake things up heading into WrestleMania season:

“Triple H was the one who decided on Charlotte dethroning Rousey on SmackDown as he wanted to shake up the WrestleMania plans as everything had been getting leaked online and WWE had taken notice.”

On her gaming stream, Rousey was asked when she’s planning to get her Title back from Flair.

“The Baddest Woman On The Planet” went on to reveal that she plans to go after the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship now, along with Shayna Baszler:

“I don’t know, guys. I’m kind of tired of Charlotte. I’m tired of that Title. I already did it, you know? I’m thinking of taking over the tag division.”

Dakota Kai & IYO SKY of Bayley’s Damage CTRL faction currently hold the Women’s Tag Team Titles.

Rousey has already won the RAW & SmackDown Women’s Titles, so the Women’s Tag Team Championship is the only Title left for her to win on the main roster.

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• Old School WWF Tag Team Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Tag Team Legend Bushwhacker Luke Williams (Real name: Brian Wickens) celebrates his 76th birthday today.

After him and his long-time Tag Team Partner Butch Miller were known as an evil Heel team called “The Sheepherders” in the NWA, both joined the World Wrestling Federation in late 1988 as the fan-friendly comedy Tag Team “The Bushwhackers”.

The team wrestled on WWF TV till 1996, but later returned to participate in the WrestleMania X-Seven Gimmick Battle Royal in 2001.

In 2015, they were inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by the former flagbearer for The Sheepherders, Johnny Ace (John Laurinaitis).


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