Ronda Rousey wrestled her last match inside a WWE ring back in August when she was defeated by Shayna Baszler at SummerSlam. Following the event it was reported that The Baddest Woman on the Planet had finished up with WWE, but it doesn’t look like she’s done with wrestling.
Last week Ronda Rousey made her surprise return to the ring at a Lucha VaVoom event when she teamed up with Marina Shafir to defeat Brian Kendrick & Taya Valkyrie. This week it was revealed that Rousey will be teaming with Marina Shafir once again at the upcoming Wrestling Revolver show in Los Angeles on November 16.
Recently Wrestling Revolver owner Sami Callihan appeared on Busted Open Radio and noted that the Ronda Rousey thing was just something that he fell into due to other people putting him over to Rousey. He also revealed that Ronda wanted to be part of the event so she could help raise money for charity.
“Ronda wanted to do this for charity. She wants to do something for the Hawaiian relief fund, her husband is from Hawai’i, this is a charity she holds near and dear to her heart. As soon as she brought it up to me, I said, ‘Absolutely, this is 100% something I want to be involved with’ because the money will actually go to help people.
“Every cent we make on ticket sales after production is paid off, every cent is given to charity. A lot of people working the show have said, ‘give my money to charity.’ We’re sending the money directly to families in need.”