Rousey Upset With WM35 Changes, Lynch Says She "Might Have To Do Something"


As seen on Monday night's WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 pay-per-view "go-home" edition of RAW, the plans for the RAW Women's Championship match at WrestleMania 35 changed.

Vince McMahon returned on Monday night's show to announce that Becky Lynch's suspension has been extended to 60 days, making her ineligible to compete in time for WrestleMania 35. As a result, McMahon announced that Charlotte Flair will be replacing her against Rousey.

On her official Instagram page, Rousey posted the following message after the changes were announced on RAW:

"This isn’t what’s best for business. This isn’t what’s in demand. I have no idea what the hell this is. Vince McMahon doesn’t even believe in his own girl [Charlotte Flair] - If he didn’t make us the main event of [Survivor Series] he’s sure as hell not making us the main event of [WrestleMania]. The [Women's Evolution] was robbed tonight."

This led to "The Man" chiming in with a response to Rousey's IG post on her own official Twitter page. Lynch wrote the following:

"So Ronnie is afraid that old Char is dragging her out of the [WrestleMania] main event, huh? Rightfully so. We all know who was making this happen, and now I’m sitting at home watching it collapse. Might have to do something about that."

Check out the social media posts from Rousey and Lynch below.

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