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WrestleMania 34: Ronda Rousey Taps Stephanie McMahon in Her WWE In Ring Debut

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Ronda Rousey makes her WWE in ring debut as she teams up with Kurt Angle in a mixed tag match against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.

Follow along with the play by play from the match going down right now at WrestleMania 34.

Triple H and Stephanie McMahon are first out to the ring led by a cavalcade of motorcycles to Motorhead’s tune “The Game”. Kurt Angle is second to the ring followed by Ronda Rousey, who comes out to her signature music “Bad Reputation” by Joan Jett.

Rousey is announced as “the baddest woman on the planet” while dressed in garb similar to Rowdy Roddy Piper.

As expected, Angle is starting the match out with Triple H. Triple H staying in control while getting Stephanie involved whenever possible while Rousey stays on the outside looking in.

Just when it looks like Rousey is going to get tagged in for the first time, Stephanie drops her off the ring and she slams to the ground.

Finally, Angle makes the tag and Rousey gets in the match and begins the beat down on Stephanie. Rousey locks on the armbar to look for the finish but Stephanie is able to get free with a thumb to the eye.

Rousey finally comes back on Stephanie but then Triple H pulls her out of the ring and tosses Kurt Angle over the announcer’s booth.

Rousey ends up in a confrontation with Triple H and she picks him up for a slam but Stephanie interrupts them and slaps Rousey. Rousey gives chase and tries to take out Stephanie but she ends up being slammed into the steel post on the outside.

It was a double submission attempt with Rousey getting the armbar on Stephanie and Kurt Angle with the ankle lock on Triple H. Triple H is able to reverse and sends Angle crashing into Rousey to save his wife.

The end of the match comes after Triple H and Stephanie try for a double pedigree but they get reversed. Rousey ends up pulling off the armbar submission to tap out Stephanie McMahon to get a win in her first WWE match.

UFC president Dana White is shown sitting ringside applauding Rousey’s performance. Overall it was a very solid match. Rousey did far better than expected. She looked like she belonged in there.

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