After Stone Cold Steve Austin, WWE SmackDown superstar Ronda Rousey has praised Brock Lesnar in her latest YouTube live stream.
Ronda Rousey also remembered her old days in UFC. She made headlines after winning bronze at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in Judo, and began her MMA career in 2011.
She earned a lot of fame during her days in UFC. She won the championship and remained undefeated for a long period until Holly Holm got better of her at UFC 195.
After quitting WWE, Brock Lesnar too used to work in UFC and had a superb run. However, Lesnar found relatively more success in WWE than in UFC.
Ronda Rousey quit UFC at the age of 31 in 2018, and made her WWE debut in the same year at WrestleMania. She has since been one of the best WWE draft as well.
Ronda Rousey’s statement about WWE legend Brock Lesnar
During the YouTube live stream, Ronda Rousey made a big statement about Brock Lesnar saying,
“I think Brock Lesnar is awesome. The more I praise him, the less. In MMA, the two of us never crossed paths. He had been there for some time and left before I was there. After coming to WWE, he became way too cool. Lesnar is super smart.”
— WWE (@WWE) January 30, 2022
Lesnar started his career in MMA in the year 2007 and retired in 2011, but he made a brief comeback at UFC 200. Lesnar has won the UFC Heavyweight Championship too.
Ronda had decided to quit MMA after her TK loss to Amanda Nunes in 2016. Interestingly, Lesnar had left before Ronda came to UFC in 2011, and Ronda left before Lesnar returned in 2016. They never crossed paths as Ronda mentioned in the livestream.
Rousey recently wished to work with Paul Heyman. She said that she was jealous of Roman Reigns because he has Heyman with him.
Brock Lesnar and Ronda Rousey have been tremendous at their work in WWE at the moment. Brock Lesnar made a return last year with a new gimmick.
While, Rousey gave a big surprise to the fans by returning at the Royal Rumble this year, after becoming a mother.
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