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“Yeah, I f**ked it up” – Ronda Rousey On Survivor Series 2022 Botch (Video)

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• “Yeah, I f**ked it up” – Ronda Rousey On Survivor Series 2022 Botch (Video)

At Survivor Series 2022, Ronda Rousey defeated Shotzi to retain the SmackDown Women’s Championship.

During the match, Shotzi went for an apron DDT on Ronda, but Ronda didn’t take it properly.

You can watch it below:

Ronda talked about this spot on her YouTube channel and below is what she said:

“I actually pitched that spot because I loved that she does that but we couldn’t practice in my ring because the ropes were too loose. And we couldn’t practice it when we got in the arena because there were these big cages (for WarGames).

So yeah, I f**ked it up because I was so concerned to keeping somebody safe and a lot of times you see me do something for the first time, it is the first time I ever did.”

This match lasted for 7 minutes & 15 seconds. Here’s what Ronda said about the length of this match:

“I guess the match before us (AJ Styles vs. Finn Balor) went over by like 6 minutes. They were really concerned about going overtime and the match after that was 3-way. So they wouldn’t be able to communicate with each other. The match after that was WarGames.”

Also Read: Spoiler On Ronda Rousey’s SmackDown Women’s Title Reign

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF/WCW/ECW Veteran Mr. Hughes (Real name: Curtis Hughes) celebrates his 58th birthday today.

After being the bodyguard WCW World Heavyweight Champion Lex Luger in 1991, Hughes joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1993 where he feuded with The Undertaker for a while.

He then left for ECW, where he was the bodguard of ECW World Heavyweight Champion Shane Douglas, only to return to the WWF in 1997 as Triple H’s bodyguard, but was replaced by Chyna after a few appearances.

His last major role was managing “Y2J” Chris Jericho on WWF TV during the Attitude Era (1999), where he had lost a notable amount of weight.

Mr. Hughes is one of very few professional wrestlers, who actually wrestled with their sunglasses on.


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