Ronda Rousey retains SmackDown Women’s Championship against Shotzi

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Ronda Rousey held onto the SmackDown Women’s Championship in a dominant win over challenger Shotzi at Survivor Series: WarGames.

The match ended after Rousey, who was accompanied by Shayna Baszler, hit the Piper’s Pit, followed by the arm bar to pick up a submission win.

Shotzi got in some offense and escaped submission attempts, including an ankle lock, but the result was never in much doubt.

The match included a spot where Shotzi attacked Baszler outside the ring, tossing her over the barricade before doing the same to Rousey, and then diving onto both of them, knocking them into the front row of the crowd.


Ronda Rousey (c) def. Shotzi in 8m 36s

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