Ronda Rousey makes devastating impact on WWE UK debut against Alexa Bliss

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RONDA ROUSEY made a stunning UK debut as she destroyed Alexa Bliss at London’s O2 tonight.

The UFC legend was performing for the first-time ever in Britain – and she made it a successful bow against her nemesis.

Ronda Rousey is making an impact in WWE after quitting UFC
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Rousey, who claimed the Raw’s Women’s championship ten days ago against Bliss, was stopped in her tracks as her foe appeared to have a suffered a match-ending injury.

Medics quickly rushed to the ring as the ref called a halt to the action, but Little Miss Bliss blindsided the champ to take advantage.

She proceeded to launch a vicious attack on the ex-Queen of the Octagon’s ribs, lasting several minutes.

But Bliss would get caught out with a powerbomb and soon recovered to hit a number of body shots before eventually slapping on the arm-Bar to make her opponent tap-out.

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Fan-favourite and Irishman Finn Balor enjoyed a huge ovation from the London crowd.

And he enjoyed it even better when he scored a roll-up to earn the win against the acting Raw general manager.

But Corbin delivered a huge beatdown after the bell before informing the crowd the match would be restarted as a no disqualification bout. He proceeded to beat down Balor with a steel chair before hitting send of send of Days to claim a pin fall.

Dean Ambrose and his Shield brother Seth Rollins survived a brutal beating at the hands of Dolph Ziggler and Scottish star Drew McIntyre.

Ronda Rousey is off to a winning start in the UK as she destroyed Alexa Bliss

Intercontinental champ Rollins secured the pin on his nemesis Ziggler after a curb stomp.

The B-Team continued their incredible winning run as they hold onto their Raw tag-team straps against all the odds by triumphing in a triple threat defence against The Revival and Titus Worldwide.

Natalya, Bayley and Sasha Banks teamed-up to defeat the Riott Squad in a six-man tag while Cedric Alexander successfully defended his Cruiserweight title against Drew Gulak.

The night kicked off with Jinder Mahal suffering a loss to Bobby Roode. But the Modern Day Maharaja refused to take his defeat on the chin and demanded another opponent – and Bray Wyatt answered the call to quickly hit Sister Abagail and make it double disappointment.