Ronda Rousey lambasts WWE for lack of ‘resources and preparation’ for women

In an interview with Cageside Seats, Ronda Rousey spoke out against WWE over the treatment of the women’s division, particularly during her own stints with the company.

Following similar comments already revealed from excerpts of her upcoming memoir Our Fight, Rousey referred to the lack of screen and prep time given to her and other women during that period:

“The Bloodline is able to plan things out a year ahead of time, and they won’t even talk to me until I get to the arena. About anything.I proved in my first match that if you give me the time, the resources and preparation, I can put together an amazing match.

And I feel like they’re really doing that with Logan Paul and allowing him to rehearse and put these things together and have all these different resources, producers to bring him to his highest potential. And it got to the point where [t]he girls [weren’t] gonna get any of that.”

The former WWE Women’s Champion went on to point to a regression of the division following WrestleMania 35, where she was a part of the main event alongside Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair.

Rousey, however, would give a level of praise to current chief content officer Paul “Triple H” Levesque for turning things around for the division following the full departure of Vince McMahon from the creative team.

“Triple H has been great towards the women in the company and really believing in us. He’s the whole reason that I was there, ‘cause he believed in me. I really wish that my last run was under Triple H running things and Vince being gone.”

Source: F4WOnline