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Ronda Rousey names weapon used in WWE Extreme Rules match

Ronda Rousey names weapon used in WWE Extreme Rules match

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Playing on “Rogue Legacy 2” “Worst Stream on the Planet” In the live stream, “SmackDown” superstar Ronda Rousey asked her “Rowdy Ones” what weapon she would like to see used in her upcoming Extreme Rules match against “SmackDown” Women’s Champion Liv Morgan.

“Thumbtack for sure,” Rosie said while scrolling through the comments. “But, I think there are some weapons that are going to be unique to me and Liv.” Another comment suggested using kendo sticks, to which Rosie said, “I love some kendo sticks; kendo sticks are like mine and a charlotte thing, but I’ll bust out double kendo sticks and I’ll make it my thing, you know what I mean?”

Continuing to scroll through the comments, Rousey found suggestions for using a flail, which received a “holy moly dude” response from her; brass knuckles; And a chain. Laughing Rousey said, “If they give us a chainsaw and people think I’ve cut off his hand, it’s going to go crazy.” After a few more suggestions, which included a barbed wire baseball bat and a steel chair, Rousey got the idea to replace the thumbtack with Lego. “How fun would that be?” A giddy Rousey said. “I want to like Lego, throw it, and then take off his (Liv’s) shoes and make him drive Lego.”

The Extreme Rules match on October 8 will be the third match between the women. Morgan successfully redeemed his Money in the Bank contract on Rousey after Rousey’s title defense against Natalya at Money in the Bank on July 2; and then retained the championship four weeks later in a rematch against Rousey at SummerSlam on July 30, which ended in controversy after the referee did not see Morgan tapped out on Rousey’s armbar as the referee applied a three count to Rousey’s shoulders. was focusing on. mat

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