During episode 231 of the Jim Cornette Experience podcast, Jim Cornette discussed Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair’s botched table spot during WWE SmackDown that will be airing this week. As many of you know, this week’s episode of SmackDown was taped last week.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On the botched table spot:
“The spot was obviously pre-set that Charlotte would stand up and Rousey would run her head into the table. However, apparently either Ronda Rousey just don’t give a s*it, or, I can’t believe nobody told them how to do it.”
On Ronda Rousey’s role in the botched spot:
“She didn’t have a f*cking stance that made it look right to begin with. She reached out and grabbed her and just jerked her roughly, she didn’t give her opponent time to get set to go. And then Ronda let go before she followed through with it.
Charlotte tried to boom and came back and staggered because by then she knew all this looked like s*it.
Ronda Rousey’s contribution was why that was f*cked up. It didn’t have anything to do with Charlotte.”
On how the performers can recover from the botched spot:
“Charlotte can redeem herself from that next time she gets in the ring and has a good match.
After the Royal Rumble where Rousey was in the ring and left to fend for herself and she don’t have enough experience and she looked like s*it because it wasn’t a planned routine, she was having to vamp in there.
Now they’ve (WWE) seen this, it’s something else that looks screwy that she’s involved in. If they don’t start monitoring her stuff and or walking her through or going through it or doing something to get it down a little bit better, and they keep leaving her to have these rookie mistakes where in some cases she looks like a fan trying to wrestle. It’s not gonna do any favors for Ronda Rousey.”
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