Ronda Rousey Slams Triple H Through Table At Elimination Chamber

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In an "officially signing" segment on the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, Rousey slammed executive vice president Triple H through a table.

Three years ago at WrestleMania she joined The Rock in dishing out a vicious beatdown on Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.

RONDA ROUSEY will make her WWE debut at WrestleMania 34 on April 8 in New Orleans.

She has shook hands with Stephanie McMahon on that night but things turned sour quickly here and fireworks went off when she got in the ring.

Ronda Rousey just put Triple H through a table. Angle said in the company's first on-screen allusion to her two recent knockout losses.

Joan Jett's "Bad Reputation" hit, and in the beginning Rousey's signing was all about niceties - handshakes for Triple H and McMahon, and a hug for Angle. To close, Rousey signed her Raw contract with a scowl on her face then dropped it on her fallen boss. "Who do you think you are?"

The former UFC bantamweight champion penned her official contract with the blue team ahead of the main event but not before contributing to some dramatic scenes.

The Goddess took out runner-up Sasha Banks with a top-rope DDT and is now going to WrestleMania 34. Reigns and Rollins worked together to fight Braun Strowman.

Even as the impatient crowd was seemingly unhappy with the cordial exchanges, Angle gave it the much-needed impetus when he told Rousey that the power couple was looking to manipulate her with an intention to keep her down.

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