Since "Rowdy" Ronda Rousey made her stunning debut, with Kurt Angle, at WrestleMania 34 against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon, the Baddest Woman on the Planet has not lost a match yet.
She has competed in a total of 18 matches on screen —a low figure as she is one of the most over Superstars on the current roster—, out of which 7 of them were tag team bouts and the 11 remaining were individual contests.
On one hand, 2 of those matches were won via disqualification (Money in the Bank 2018 against Alexa Bliss and Survivor Series 2018 against Charlotte Flair). On the other hand, Ronda Rousey has only won only match via pinfall (Raw tag team match with Ember Moon versus Nia Jax and Tamina).
We assume that, unlike in the UFC —where she is a Hall of Famer and the first female inductee—, Rousey will not leave the company after any losses. Remember that she has a 12-2 victory/loss record in mixed martial arts.
WWE probably will let this streak grow a little longer, but the question remains: which superstar will be the chosen one to break that 100% winning streak?
#3 Charlotte Flair
Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey collided in an amazing match at the Survivor Series pay-per-view. It really was a display of athleticism and pure wrestling that totally lived up to expectations.
The Queen already broke Asuka's undefeated streak at their WrestleMania 34 bout for the SmackDown Women's Championship after retaining her title against all odds and it is not unreasonable to think that the 7-time Women's Champion could add a loss to Ronda Rousey's victory record.
Let's not forget that these two competitors have some unfinished business due to their Survivor Series battle where Charlotte Flair brutally assaulted Ronda Rousey with a kendo stick causing the end of the match in disqualification.
Maybe WrestleMania 35 is the best opportunity for Charlotte to break Ronda's streak if that match happens. Who knows?
#2 Sasha Banks
Sasha Banks will face Ronda Rousey at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view this month and there is a chance (a little chance) of The Boss defeating The Baddest Woman on the Planet. Sasha earned this title shot after defeating Nia Jax on Monday Night Raw in a #1 contender match.
Nobody expects The Boss to take a win over Rousey any time soon and that is the reason why she is included in this article: the surprise effect. Ronda Rousey is probably facing Becky Lynch at WrestleMania 35 main event and everyone supposes that match will have the Raw Women's Championship on the line, but what if it is for the SmackDown Women's Championship? It would be the strangest way to book that match, although it is a very unexpected one. It is true that this situation would reduce Ronda Rousey's momentum, but it is not impossible.
Maybe Bayley costs Rousey the match or Nia Jax or even The Man does. Many interferences can happen in their bout. So expect the unexpected.
#1 Becky Lynch
Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch was planned to happen at Survivor Series 2018, as every champion from Raw faced its respective champion from SmackDown. However, after the Nia Jax botch, The Man could not participate in the match due to an injury and Charlotte Flair took her place —WrestleMania 35 came early in 2018.
But that situation played in Becky's favor now. It is probably one of the most awaited matches and interesting rivalries in WWE recent history: that is the main reason why this bout should main event the next edition of the Showcase of Immortals.
And in the case they collide... Who would win? I am not sure at all. The Man, at this day, is way more over than The Baddest Woman on the Planet and she could take the victory in the very first 'Mania main event headlined by women.