While Ronda Rousey was suspended in storyline as part of an angle last night, it’s unclear what that means.
The WWE has confirmed that Rousey will be appearing on all arena shows she is being advertised for, most notably this coming Sunday’s show in Anaheim as well as shows on July 6 in Philadelphia, July 7 in Madison Square Garden, and July 8 in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
On television advertising in the Pittsburgh market that aired during Raw, Rousey was no longer listed on the July 15 Extreme Rules pay-per-view, which listed a main event six-man tag that contradicts the announcement made by Kurt Angle on that very show of a multiple person Raw match for a title shot, presumably at SummerSlam. Previous advertising had listed Rousey’s Pittsburgh debut as one of the selling points locally for the show.
Rousey is currently being advertised for this coming Monday’s Raw tapings in San Diego as well as the July 9 Raw in Boston and July 16 Raw in Buffalo.