Ronda Rousey may already be laying out her WrestleMania match and practicing it beforehand with Kurt Angle, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H.
At the time of typing this Ronda Rousey has never had a professional wrestling match, at least not a televised one or one in front of any fans at all. In fact the first time she wrestles in front of the WWE Universe will be when she steps between the ropes at WrestleMania 34. On April 8th in New Orleans she will team with Kurt Angle to take on Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.
To begin with, it was anyone's guess who Rousey would be facing first in her WWE career but a tag match was certainly on the short list of possibilities. Presumably WWE creative have opted for a two on two rather than a one on one to protect Rousey. At WrestleMania she won't necessarily need to do very much if she's not ready and can rely on Angle to do the work. All she really needs to do is throw an arm bar on Stephanie for the win.
Considering Rousey is planning on being with WWE full time she and her new employers will likely want her to do a little more than that in the match truth be told. That's why, according to Cageside Seats Rumor Roundup, all four of the Superstars that will be involved in the match are already meticulously planning every detail of it. Apparently they will even be practicing it a fair bit before the match takes place.
Rousey has actually left a bad taste in the mouth of some fans this week, although it probably isn't entirely her fault. The Rowdy One was supposed to be appearing on every single episode of Raw between Elimination Chamber and WrestleMania but this past Monday she was nowhere to be seen. That along with no Brock Lesnar and the cancellation of an advertised dark match got fans who attended the show in Detroit pretty riled up.
As invested as Ronda Rousey seems to be in her WWE career and as skilled as she has proven herself to be inside an octagon, none of that means she will be a terrific professional wrestler. Clearly she wants to do everything that she possibly can to make that so though. Approaching her first ever match with caution is a wise decision and clearly steps are being taken to ensure that nothing goes wrong in her tag match at WrestleMania.