RONDA ROUSEY told WWE they can ‘fire me whenever they want’ in her latest Raw outburst.
Raw Women’s champion went on a rampage this past Monday night – attacking a referee and fighting security members.
However, the ex-UFC world champion took to Instagram as she warned the WWE she does not feel threatened by the thought of being axed from the company.
They can’t control me with this job.
She said: “@wwe can fire me whenever they want. I’ll gladly go home and live happily ever after with the love of my life @travisbrownemma.
They can’t control me with this job. @wwe can assign as many security they want to follow me, they can’t control me with hired goons.
“@wwe can go ahead and fine me however much they want. They can’t control me with money.
“You’re all lucky my husband @travisbrownemma was there to stop me when I was just getting started. Now that he’s been banned from #Raw, your luck has run out.”
The rampage took place after Rousey defeated Dana Brooks in 18 seconds with the arm bar – but the champion refused to let go of the hold and wrenched her opponent’s arm to breaking point.
Afterwards, the ex-MMA star pushed over a referee and laid out a security guard – the exact behaviour that got her heavily fined by WWE last week.
The uncontrollable Rousey was surrounded by security, so her partner Travis Browne also hit one of them and pulled her over the barricade and walked her to safety through the crowd.
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It comes after Rousey tore into the world of “fake” professional wrestling in an astonishing X-rated rant at WWE fans that have shown her a lack of respect.
The Raw Women’s Champion fuelled rumours over her impending exit from the company after claiming “none of these b****es (female superstars) can f***ing touch me” in an actual fight.
On her YouTube channel, Rousey revealed she possessed a growing disdain for the sport after she was booed in her home state of California at Survivor Series last year.