Former UFC fighter Ronda Rousey finally had her chance to step into the WWE ring Sunday night when she made her highly anticipated pro wrestling debut at WrestleMania 34 — and she did not disappoint.
But Rousey, 31, didn’t show up alone: in her corner was her tag-team partner and WWE legend Kurt Angle, an Olympic gold medalist who transitioned from martial arts to pro wrestling more two decades ago, as Rousey is doing now.
The duo proceeded to beat and toss Triple H and Stephanie McMahon from the stage — leaving McMahon grabbing onto her injured arm as her husband led her to safety.
Leading up to WrestleMania, Stephanie McMahon — the daughter of WWE CEO Vince McMahon — spoke to PEOPLE about what she was doing to prepare for the big matchup.
RELATED: Meet Stephanie McMahon, the WWE Powerhouse — and Mom — Gearing Up for This Weekend’s WrestleMania “My last match was four years ago, and prior to that was 11 years ago,” McMahon told PEOPLE ahead of her upcoming feature on PEOPLETV.