Ronda Rousey & Kofi Kingston Bombshells Revealed

It seems like Ronda Rousey’s WrestleMania plans have taken an unexpected turn. Despite speculation that she would be involved in a high-profile singles match, it has now been reported that the former UFC fighter will instead participate in a four-way women’s tag team match.



According to sources, this decision was made in order to protect Rousey, who is currently dealing with an injury. It’s believed that this match will give her a chance to work without putting too much strain on her body, allowing her to recover from whatever injury she is dealing with.

Rousey’s injury was first revealed a few weeks ago, when a planned tag team match with Shayna Baszler against Natalya and Tegan Nox was cancelled in favor of a singles match. At the time, Rousey was seen sporting a sling on her arm.

Mike Johnson was asked about Ronda Rousey during a PW Insider mailbag article. He revealed that the word is Ronda Rousey is dealing with a hairline arm fracture of some kind.

The belief among some we’ve spoken to is she’s been dealing with a hairline fracture of her arm.  It’s never been officially confirmed

Despite her injury, it seems that Rousey is determined to compete at WrestleMania and is willing to push through the pain in order to do so. However, it remains to be seen how long it will take for her to fully recover and whether she will be able to return to the ring at full strength in the future.


Kofi Kingston wrote the following on Instagram after undergoing surgery following his ankle injury.

“Surgery went very well! Of course I had to FaceTime the boyzzz upon regaining consciousness…Very little recollection of the conversation, lol. Thanks to everybody who sent me a message! I appreciate it more than you know! I’m home now. Let the road to recovery begin!”


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Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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