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Report: Perception of Ronda Rousey’s attitude backstage in WWE

Ronda Rousey, a global sporting star, is one of the biggest names to join WWE in many years, and there was always going to be speculation on how she would take to a new venture and how she would adapt.

Well, Dave Meltzer has gone some way to answering that, commenting on how she has transitioned like a duck to water and commending her on a positive attitude backstage:

“I know this from several different people there. Attitude wise, 100% tremendous. No negativity there. She’s happy she loves doing this. She’s a hard worker. She has absolutely no stuck up star issue in this whatsoever. There’s no ego thing there, in fact it’s the opposite everyone’s talked about how refreshing it is that she is so humble for as big a star that she is.”

“So she doesn’t come in with the attitude a lot of guys that came in from football and all this came in and walked around like they were real sh*t or what some people will do.”

“All of those things and the fact she’s a great athelete and in her first match she did absolutely tremendous. All that leads me to that in time when she has two years under her belt because of her attitude that she probably won’t need to be carried and she’ll probably be pretty damn good.”

All aboard the Ronda train, everything is going right for the former UFC Champion right now, and surely WWE super stardom is on the horizon if things continue like this…


  • oppa

    Maybe they need to have her go the Bret Hart route and wear shades to hide her eyes. Bret admitted doing that, and having Anvil carry the promos helped him a lot at the start of his WWE run.

  • oppa

    As if anyone will be allowed to say anything negative about her.

  • CC

    I dunno about anyone else, but during the segment on Raw with her this week, everytime the camera cut to her she looked like she was about to cry. She is sitting there trying to look all serious and tough, but her natural expression looks like someone who is being insulted and it makes them want to cry.