WWE Raw: Reigns confronts McMahon, Cena challenges Undertaker

WWE Raw: Reigns confronts McMahon, Cena challenges Undertaker

According to a report from, a correspondent mentioned "that fans were upset because there was no eight-man dark main event as advertised and no appearances by Ronda Rousey or WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar".

It's unclear why Rousey was not a part of Raw, but the answer could simply be that WWE didn't have a way to advance her storyline, or there were scheduling conflicts. Rousey, who scored an Olympic bronze medal in judo, never officially retired from the sport but she walked away and never looked back.

"I'm just doing what I enjoy and WWE is what I enjoy right now", Rousey said.

Not only does this mean Brock may likely lose at WrestleMania, but, as the rumor stated, he's looking to one last UFC run to get "big money fights while he can".

In her last two fights in the UFC, Rousey suffered back-to-back knockout losses to Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes, which led to UFC president Dana White saying he didn't expect her to ever fight again.

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Rousey talked about teaming with Kurt Angle to face Stephanie McMahon and Triple H at WrestleMania 34.

Rousey made her WWE debut back at the Royal Rumble, interrupting Asuka's celebration after winning the first ever Women's Royal Rumble match.

This year, the first ever women's Royal Rumble victor Asuka will face off with WrestleMania: SmackDown Live Women's Champion Charlotte Flair, While, Shunsuke Nakamura, the men's Royal Rumble victor will face WWE Champion AJ Styles. among other smack downs, Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar will wrestle it out for the the WWE Universal Championship.

As for the major difference between WWE and the UFC, she said that WWE was like a team, while UFC and judo were individual efforts. Rousey admitted that she's nervous, but it's not like she's "Olympics nervous".