Ronda Rousey Dumped On Her Head During Wrestling REVOLVER Debut

Ronda Rousey lands on her head at Wrestling REVOLVER Unreal

Ronda Rousey was certainly reintroduced to professional wrestling during her Wrestling REVOLVER debut.

Sami Callihan's promotion held their 'Unreal' event in Los Angeles, California on Thursday, November 16 and the main event saw Ronda Rousey continue her post-WWE career as she teamed with Marina Shafir to take on AEW's Athena and Billie Starkz. 

The match was a popular one for those in attendance but there was a rough spot during the contest as Billie Starkz hit Rousey with a German Suplex that caused the former WWE SmackDown Women's Champion to land on her head. Rousey doesn't appear to have suffered an injury from the move as she continued with the match. 

The match then ended in a no contest after Athena attacked Rousey with the ROH Women's World Championship. Rousey thanked everyone for their support as the show came to an end. 

After two runs over five years with WWE, Ronda Rousey left the company following SummerSlam 2023. Rousey initially announced she was retired but made her in-ring return only two weeks later, teaming with Marina Shafir to defeat Brian Kendrick and Taya Valkyrie in an impromptu match at a Lucha VaVoom event on October 28. 

If Ronda Rousey plans to continue her pro wrestling career is unknown but speculation on social media has suggested she could be unveiled as the latest AEW signing at Full Gear on November 18. 

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