Ronda Rousey of WWE Was Arrested on Smackdown Live

Ronda Rousey of WWE Was Arrested on Smackdown Live: On Friday’s episode of WWE Raw, Ronda Rousey got arrested again. Rousey, the former UFC champion, attempted to take over “WWE Smackdown” last Friday after she refused to pay a fine that had been just assessed against her.

Adam Pearce, the company’s general manager, had security go after the former WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion, but Rousey quickly dispatched them.

Veteran wrestling producer Dave Boyce tweeted that “Officer Davis” was actually Canadian independent wrestler KC Spinelli. Spinelli is the reigning champion of Acclaim Pro Wrestling and a 13-year veteran of the indie wrestling circuit who has made multiple appearances on Impact Wrestling.

She also competed for SHIMMER and Global Force Wrestling back in their heydays. In addition, Spinelli was featured on the 2011 Canadian “World of Hurt” television series, where he trained with wrestling greats like Roddy Piper and Lance Storm, both of whom are in the WWE Hall of Fame.

Ronda Rousey of WWE Was Arrested on Smackdown Live
Ronda Rousey of WWE Was Arrested on Smackdown Live

The male “cop” whose uniform nameplate read “Sawyer” has not been identified by Wrestling Inc. The dispute started when Rousey was fined for attacking WWE officials after her battle with current champion Liv Morgan ended on a dubious note. Before their historic WrestleMania 35 main match, Rousey, Becky Lynch, and Charlotte Flair were all arrested on WWE television in 2019.

Tonight on WWE SmackDown, the Baddest Woman on the Planet Ronda Rousey wasted no time getting things started by heading straight to the ring. Her entrance at Clash at the Castle was met with cheers from the fans, and she immediately challenged SmackDown Women’s Champion Liv Morgan to about.

WWE General Manager Adam Pearce, not Morgan, accepted the offer and arrived at SmackDown with security to tell Rousey she couldn’t just show up while she was on suspension. Eventually, after some arguing, Rousey was taken into custody, placed in handcuffs, and driven away from the arena in a police car.

When Pearce entered the ring, he told Rousey that he could see where she was coming from, but that she was still not authorized in the arena because of her indefinite suspension. Still, Rousey wouldn’t take it, and she eventually went out onto the ramp to see Pearce in person.

At that point, additional security personnel joined Pearce in a face-off. When Rousey raised her arms, the police immediately placed handcuffs on her. While being led backstage and placed in the police car, Rousey continued talking to Pearce before the door was closed and she was apparently brought to the police station.

No one knows what will happen next, but if Rousey ever returns to SmackDown, she won’t be happy and Pearce may want to beef up security.

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