WWE legend wants to return to help Ronda Rousey with major weakness after WrestleMania | WWE | Sport

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Rousey has been stellar in the ring ever since joining WWE from UFC last year as she held on to the RAW Women’s Championship for a record of 232 days and beat some of the biggest stars in the women’s division.

The UFC Hall of Famer also made history as she competed in the first ever all-women’s WrestleMania main event against Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch.

However, The Baddest Woman on the Planet has been struggling on the mic and the fans have expressed their frustrations many times in the past.

The MMA hero was successful with some of her promos, such as her savage verbal takedown of The Bella Twins last year before Evolution.

But a big chunk of her speeches were uninspiring and led to a chorus of boos even though she wrestled as a babyface (good wrestler) for most of her debut year.

Guerrero remembered how badly one of Rousey’s promos went that she claimed she let the crowd get to her head and rip her to shreds.

The legendary manager, and widow of WWE Hall of Famer Eddie Guerrero, was very talented on the mic and would love to come back to do Rousey’s promos for her so that she could just focus on her matches.

The ex-SmackDown General Manager told WFAN Sports Radio: “Yeah I mean, you can be a fan which is fun and exciting.

“You can sit back in the front row and enjoy the show.

“Now she’s in the action.

“So it’s a different story now and one night she did a promo, the fans turned on her and they booed at her and so she wasn’t ready for that and the crowd will eat you alive if they see that you sense any type of fear or insecurity, and they did, and I even tweeted on Twitter.

“‘I just heard the most horrible promo’ and everyone’s like, ‘It was Ronda right?’

“And I’m like, ‘No comment.’

“But that’s what I see as a fan on my couch watching.

“I’m like, ‘God, I’d just love to do her promos for her’ because she doesn’t need to do promos.

“She has a strength in the ring so, I always see that vision of: ‘What if I could just get in there one more time.’”



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