Update on Ronda Rousey following her WWE Smackdown women’s title loss

As seen during the December 30th 2022 edition of WWE Smackdown, Charlotte Flair returned from hiatus and defeated Ronda Rousey to capture the Smackdown women’s title right after Rousey had successfully defended her title against Raquel Rodriguez.

Rousey’s rumored Wrestlemania 39 match against Becky Lynch is reportedly “very unlikely” to happen and her future plans remain up in the air. For what it’s worth, WWE is no longer advertising Rousey for the upcoming RAW 30th anniversary special.

During her live stream this week, Rousey was asked if she would be appearing on the February 3rd 2023 edition of WWE Smackdown and here was her response…

“I don’t know. I don’t know. If you haven’t noticed, everything is a little bit in flux with WWE right now [laughs]. I don’t think anyone knows what’s going on with anybody this week let alone weeks from now.”

During a stream last week, Rousey teased the idea of moving to the tag team division…

“When am I gonna kick Charlotte’s butt and get the title back? I don’t know, guys. I’m kind of tired of Charlotte. I’m tired of that title; I already did it, you know? I’m thinking of taking over the tag division.” (quotes courtesy of 411Mania.com)