WWE news: Ronda Rousey set for surgery on broken hand suffered at WrestleMania

WWE news: Ronda Rousey set for surgery on broken hand suffered at WrestleMania

April 15, 2019 By mediabest

RONDA ROUSEY is reportedly set for surgery tomorrow on the broken hand she sustained at WrestleMania.

The UFC legend suffered the first loss of her WWE career when Becky Lynch shocked everyone by pinning her at last week’s Showcase of the Immortals.

It emerged after the historic first-ever ‘Mania female main event the 32-year-old former Raw Women’s Champion had suffered an injury during the triple threat title match that also included Charlotte Flair.

Now Fightful claims she will go under the knife on Tuesday.

The report states Rousey was backstage at last Monday’s episode of Raw just 24 hours after ‘Mania nursing her broken hand.

But she was not used at the Barclays Centre due to her planned time off from the company.

In the superstar’s latest Youtube episode of “Ronda on the Road”, she documents the diagnosis of her injury.

And she is shown getting it X-rayed while also meeting WWE chief Triple H.

Now Vince McMahon and the rest of WWE’s officials are hopeful she will return to the squared-circle later this year.

Although reports suggest she has yet to give the company any clear indication on her next move.

WWE confirmed to SunSport earlier this year she is under contract until 2021.

Rousey burst on to the scene in WWE at the conclusion of the Royal Rumble in January 2018 and became champ at SummerSlam in August.

But her dominating reign in the women’s division came to a surprise end at WrestleMania.

She took the pin-fall from Lynch as the Irish Lasskicker claimed both her belt and Flair’s SmackDown Live Women’s Title in the winner-takes-all clash.

But the finish was controversial as the referee, who has since been fined, began the three-count before Rousey’s shoulders were on the mat.

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