Ronda Rousey breaks WWE Raw Women’s record just days before WrestleMania

RONDA ROUSEY has smashed another WWE record just days before her appearance at WrestleMania 35.

The former UFC fighter has become the longest reigning Raw women’s champion after holding the belt for 224 days.

Ronda Rousey ditched her career in UFC to become a WWE champion

Rousey, 32, claimed the title when she defeated Alexa Bliss at SummerSlam in the Barclays Center.

She cemented her spot at the top of the female division just 133 days after her in-ring debut at WrestleMania 34.

Before Rousey was the champion, Bliss held the record after 222 days.

Fourteen fighters have held the title since it was introduced at WrestleMania 32 in April 2016.

Rousey will put her belt on the line when she faces Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch in a triple threat match on Sunday.

The showdown will go into the record books as it is the first time that a women’s match has been announced as the main event.

Rock and roll legend Joan Jett is expected to perform as the American superstar makes her way to the ring.

And Rousey fuelled speculation that Conor McGregor could make an appearance at WrestleMania.

The Olympic medallist tweeted the Irish superstar after he announced his shock retirement from MMA.


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