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Ronda Rousey in Trouble for Comments on Men’s and Women’s WWE Title

By: Rahul V Krishnan Image credit: WWE and Twitter

WWE Hall of Famer Madusa slammed the current Smackdown Women's Champion Ronda Rousey for her recent comments.

Rousey recently had spoken about removing the term Women from her championship to ensure equality in the business.

The idea was not accepted by the higher ups in the company. Rousey has agreed that she won't be talking about the matter on live TV.

In an interview with The A2theK Wrestling Show, Madusa said that she was confused with what Rousey was trying to do. H/t: Sportskeeda

“Ronda Rousey came out saying ‘I’m taking the name Women’s out of the title.’ I’m like, ‘what the f**k for?’ I mean so we just call it ‘The Title’?"

"I get what she’s saying, right? But then if we just have ‘SmackDown,’ does that mean then it’s for men and women? Is it an intergender now? I’m confused but I understand what she’s trying to say.”

Madusa has also had her share of controversies as she famously dumped the WWF women's championship in a trashcan back in the day on WCW TV.

Ronda Rousey is set to defend her Smackdown Women's Championship against Shotzi at Survivor Series Wargames next week.

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