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WWE Star Says Ronda Rousey’s New Character Is Not Real – She’s Not A Real Life Badass

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• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (March 9, 1997) – WWF Superstars [Final Episode]

On this day in 1997, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Superstars’.

This episode was the last ever ‘Superstars’ episode, before it became a recap/highlight show.

It was pre-taped at the Deutschlandhalle in Berlin, Germany, Europe and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF WrestleMania 13’ PPV.

Here’s the card:

– Salvatore Sincere vs. Alex Porteau

– Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon vs. Aldo Montoya & Bob Holly

– Ahmed Johnson vs. Leif Cassidy

WATCH: Former WWE Diva Layla Shakes Her Hot Juggs:

• WWE Star Says Ronda Rousey’s New Character Is Not Real – She’s Not A Real Life Badass

As we all know by now, RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey uploaded a video on her YouTube channel where she talked about going off script on RAW, WWE being fake & more.

Below is what Rousey said:

“It’s just that like I’m tired of just being here to entertain people. I’m not taking any more direction or notes or orders and every time I got out there I’m gonna do whatever the hell I want to do and they’re just gonna have to keep filming and cashing the checks I bring in. What else are they gonna do? Not accept the money I’m making them?

Rebecca Quinn talked sh*t about my husband and I told her I’d beat the f*ck out of her the next time I saw her and guess what? I beat the f*ck out of her, didn’t I?

It’s been building up in me since Survivor Series, 100%, yeah. Cause me and Charlotte put on, I mean it was a hell of a f*ckin’ match and I took a hell of a beating and there wasn’t a person there who wasn’t fixated on what was going on every single second. We completely stole the show of the whole card and they booed me out of the building.

That was such a huge slap to the face, I’m like, ‘f*ck you people, f*ck all you guys.’ Like even Los Angeles — they don’t have any f*cking pride in their own city at all.

That whole city is just a bunch of f*cking transplants trying to escape sh*tty ass f*cking Ohio or where ever the f*ck that they’re from and they have no f*cking pride in LA and they come to our games and sh*t on our teams and say, ‘I’m f*cking from Los Angeles, I’ve been living here for 10 years’ — No you’re f*cking not. so it’s been bubbling up in me since then.

It wasn’t a promo [on RAW]. They gave me other things to say I didn’t f*cking say it. It’s not a f*cking promo. It’s not an act. I’m not going out there and doing their f*cking act anymore. They can say it’s not an act to try and save face with everyone else, but it’s not an act. I’m going out there and I’m doing whatever the hell I want and they can explain it away however the hell they want, but f*ck ’em, everybody — WWE Universe included.

I meant that I’m going to disrespect the sport that they all love so much. ‘Oh don’t break kayfabe Ronda’ — Wrestling’s scripted, it’s made up, it’s not real. None of those bitches can f*ckin’ touch me. The end.”

You can watch it below:

Rousey’s current WrestleMania 35 opponent, Charlotte Flair, had the following to say about Rousey’s comments:

“Can someone please remind Captain Badass here that her last two fights before coming to WWE ended with her unconscious and sobbing in the cage?

Four years ago, you were untouchable. Now? Not so much.

You’re a class act, Ronda Rousey”

SmackDown Live Superstar Rusev went on to say the following about Rousey:

New WWE main roster star Lacey Evans tweeted the following:

While WWE wrestlers weren’t happy with Ronda’s comments, WCW Veterans Eric Bischoff & Disco Inferno were impressed by what Ronda said:

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