Ronda Rousey appeared to lambaste the 'bunch of octogenarians' at the WWE who look after the women's division
- Ronda Rousey will take part in a four-way tag team women's showcase at WrestleMania 39.
- Days before the big show, though, Rousey appeared to put 'octogenarians' at WWE on blast.
The criticism comes just days before WrestleMania 39, the annual signature show of the WWE's box office calendar that will take place this year over two nights at the SoFi Stadium in California, on April 1 and 2.
Though 13 matches are on the cards, it is currently unclear on which day most of the entertainment will fall.
Rousey and her partner Shayna Baszler will, however, take part in a four-way tag team match against three other teams in a women's WrestleMania Showcase.
Those other teams include Raquel Rodriguez and Liv Morgan — who is one of Rousey's sworn enemies in WWE — Natalya and Shotzi, and then a fourth team that remains a mystery.
Commenting on an Instagram video, Rousey said her feud with Morgan could be amplified more than it has been if it weren't being held back by certain people at the company.
She said: "Imagine what our @yaonlylivvonce feud could have been if we weren't hamstrung by a bunch of octogenarians who still think they know how to be hip while putting less than 5 minutes of thought a week into each women's storyline."
It is unclear what victory in the women's showcase this weekend will mean for its winner.
Elsewhere at WrestleMania, John Cena competes against Austin Theory in a United States championship bout, Seth Rollins fights Logan Paul, and Roman Reigns will take on Cody Rhodes for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.
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