Ronda Rousey made her surprise return at the 2022 Royal Rumble, winning the Royal Rumble match after entering at number 28. The former Raw Women’s Champion hadn’t been seen on WWE TV since her defeat to Becky Lynch at Wrestlemania 35 and fans had been feeling like she would never come back.
In reality, Ronda Rousey had been taking some time off to give birth to her first child. The former MMA star gave WWE fans something to cheer for as she came back after nearly three years off when she returned to the WWE this January. Alongside other legends like Brie and Nikki Bella and Lita, she had a legendary return to the ring.
However, fans weren’t sure what kind of schedule Ronda Rousey would have in WWE. Brock Lesnar also won the Royal Rumble that night, and his schedule is one of the most limited in WWE history.
Ronda Rousey fans will be thrilled by the amount of time Ronda Rousey will be seen on WWE TV. She has been booked for numerous televised and non-televise events on the run up to Wrestlemania, while little is known about how much she will feature in WWE post-Wrestlemania.
Ronda Rousey WWE Schedule
February 11: SmackDown from the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, LA
February 25: SmackDown from the Giant Center in Hershey, PA
March 4: SmackDown from the FTX Arena in Miami, FL
March 5: Live event from the Madison Square Garden in New York City
March 6: Live eventt from the Place Bell in Laval, Quebec
March 11: SmackDown from the Legacy Arena in Birmingham, AL
March 12: Live event from the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson, MS
March 13: Live event from the Pensacola Bay Center in Pensacola, FL
March 18: SmackDown from the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, NC
March 19: Live event from the Freedom Hall Civic Center in Johnson City, TN
March 20: Live event from the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, AL
March 25: SmackDown from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn
March 26: Live event from the Bryce Jordan Center in State College, PA
March 27: Live event from the John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, VA
April 2 or 3: WrestleMania 38 from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX
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