Ronda Rousey's WWE debut at WrestleMania 34

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Really great match, as the two had the time and the motivation to shine even more than they do on the weekly 205 Live show.

The good news is that WWE hasn't done a whole lot with the women's roster until the last couple of years. Incredible first match Really really enjoyed that!

In another multi-man affair, Jinder Mahal surprised the audience with a United States Championship victory over champion Randy Orton, Bobby Roode, and Rusev in a Fatal Four-way Match.

Ronda Rousey made her long-awaited WWE debut on the biggest stage of them all at WrestleMania 34, and the former UFC champion proved she has what it takes to make the full-time transition to pro wrestling.

Rousey, 31, who teamed with Kurt Angle to defeat Stephanie McMahon and Triple H in a WrestleMania instant classic which had the crowd of over 78,000 eating out of its hand, spoke exclusively after the card with ESPN's Ramona Shelburne.

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And The Undertaker didn't disappoint, everyone but John Cena that is. Cena ended up taking care of Elias and just when Cena was walking up the ramp to leave, The Deadman rose. "He was very much the person who takes care of everyone".

And although the event featured the return of Daniel Bryan and The Undertaker, it was Rousey who stole the show. Rousey got in some quick rolling offense, then backed McMahon in the corner and delivered a flurry of strikes. It definitely wasn't worthy of the "dream match" title WWE was giving it. Oh, he's just the 10-YEAR OLD KID Braun Strowman pulled out of the crowd to be his tag team partner. It was something to behold to put things mildly.

Some fans are still unhappy that UFC cross-over star Brock Lesnar is allowed to carry the belt and only work part-time. The Lesnar era has gotten beyond bad and now it has ruined the main event of WrestleMania. Angle and McMahon would share a similar moment later in the match. It's Rollins' first Intercontinental title. How will Asuka respond to losing? Business Insider, US Weekly, USA Today, E! and every other mainstream outlet you can think of had a story on Rousey's debut.

Last night, the Wicklow wrestler competed in his first ever Wrestlemania in New Orleans, and delighted his fans in the LGBT community.

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