Rousey, 31, first hinted she would attend the New Orleans event with a surprise appearance at Royal Rumble in January.
Rousey and Angle were victorious.
Up until Sunday, Cena sat in the crowd, frustrated that Undertaker didn't respond to his challenges. The leader of the C-Nation dealt with him easily but made his way to the back in disappointment. Stephanie yelled for him as Angle managed to finally crawl over and tag in Ronda, who was hungry to get her hands on Steph.
After Angle and Triple H dominated the early part of the match, Rousey finally got her chance to show her in-ring ability and was mostly on the offensive, using a flurry of punches and several throws, including an exploder suplex, against McMahon. She looked right at home in the mayhem in the ring. Her trash talking was on point throughout the match, and she was able to mix it up with the best of them.
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Rousey had plenty of opportunities to strike with her trademark armbar, applying the move to both McMahon and Triple H. She also showed off her newfound pro-wrestling prowess, repeatedly slamming McMahon.
The MMA fighter has found her groove in the world of professional wrestling, winning her debut on Sunday night in front of a roaring crowd.
But when the lights went out on one more time, and the trenchcoat, hat and gloves Taker left in the ring a year ago appeared in the ring, business picked up.
Then a WWE referee approached Cena, telling him to prepare for something.
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