On the latest episode of her YouTube series, "Ronda on the Road," UFC Hall Of Famer turned WWE Superstar "Rowdy" Ronda Rousey talks about the ongoing situation surrounding the RAW Women's Championship, as well as her potentially limited future in WWE.
During the latest installment of Rousey's online series, she was asked about what she would do next after leaving the RAW Women's Championship behind. She replied by claiming that ultimately if she's not happy, she will simply leave WWE without thinking twice about it.
"The thing is, I love this job," Rousey said during the latest episode of 'Ronda on the Road' (see below). "I really love this job. But I don't need it at all. Not in the least little bit."
Rousey continued, "So, the second I'm not happy, I reserve the right to walk out the door and live happily ever after with the love of my life.
"The Authority -- so they are called in this company -- are just used to bullying everyone around, and like I said, they give [their talents] just enough for them to live a lavish lifestyle, but still have to come back. I don't [need to]."
The official description for the aforementioned episode of "Ronda on the Road," which you can watch in its' entirety below, reads as follows:
- "Feb. 25, 2019 — Ronda arrives in Atlanta for a special Ric Flair birthday edition of Monday Night RAW to wrestle The Riott Squad and ends up giving Stephanie McMahon an ultimatum."