Ronda Rousey says WrestleMania is a ‘do-or-die moment’


Speaking to TMZ in New York on Thursday, Ronda Rousey described WrestleMania as a “do-or-die moment” for her future in wrestling.

“Well, WrestleMania is what’s next. WrestleMania is this weekend, how can you think of anything after?” she told the outlet.

The 32-year-old star will compete in a groundbreaking event alongside Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania later this week.

When asked directly by TMZ if WrestleMania will be her final event, Ronda said, “I don’t know, I guess I’ll have to reconsider my life after Sunday,” she said. “It’s a do-or-die moment, so we’ll see.”

Rousey was also asked about John Oliver and his recent comments in regards to the wrestling business, and she gave her support to the talk show host.
“I love John Oliver. I’m a huge fan,” Rousey said when asked if she still supports Oliver.


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