Why Ronda Rousey Needs A Manager For WrestleMania 38

"Rowdy" Ronda Rousey has everything that is needed to make a proper WWE megastar.

A cool nickname.

A unique & explosive move set.

Legitimate combat sport pedigree.

And a great (and highly marketable) look.

The one thing she doesn't have is sadly very important for a WWE Superstar to have; and that's the gift of gab.

Rousey has had several infamous blunders on the microphone, including one as recently as last week's episode of SmackDown.

Though she managed to recover from saying "Women's SmackDown Champion" with as much grace as she could, it was clear for us to see that she needed to work on his talking skills a lot more.

And this is why, by the time WrestleMania 38 comes around, WWE should seriously consider giving Ronda Rousey a manager.

It's more than likely that Rousey is going to go over at Night 1 of WrestleMania 38. A champion needs to be able to sell the audience with both their presence and their words.

The Rowdy One oozes in-ring presence and charisma with every move she makes when the bell rings. But if she wants to truly excel in WWE, she needs a verbal sparring partner.

MVP did absolute wonders for Bobby Lashley's career and mic skills, to the point where he can cut good promos by himself these days.

And all of us have acknowledged The Tribal Chief's mic skills, which have improved by lightyears ever since Paul Heyman joined his Bloodline.

Putting someone like Wade Barrett or Paige from the current active personnel with Rousey as an act would benefit her a lot, even if WWE can't pull it off by the time 'Mania comes around.

After her match with Charlotte, Ronda will be expected to carry the Women's Division as its face, and she really needs to start talking like it.

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