Ever since retiring from the UFC to try her hand at the WWE, Ronda Rousey has elicited mixed responses. Some fans love Ronda and her presence, while some of the wrestling purists believe she has been given everything on a silver platter. No matter what you think about Ronda, there is no denying that she is a big force in the wrestling world. Thanks to her status as one of the biggest fighters in the game, she was apart of the first ever all-women headline Main Event at this year's WrestleMania 35.

The event went down on Sunday evening and saw a three-way grudge match between Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, and Rousey. Rousey was there to defend her Raw title and she ultimately lost, as Lynch pinned her down after 21 minutes. While Rousey's loss wasn't super surprising, some people thought the finish may have been botched. Thanks to some new information, we might understand why now.

According to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio, Rousey suffered a "severely broken" hand early in the match and was able to cover up her pain.

It was reported that Rousey was going to take some time off after the main event, although her future in the WWE is in question. Last week, Lynch even said that Rousey would most likely quit altogether if she lost at WrestleMania 35.