In her book and on her book tour Ronda Rousey has had a lot to say about her time in WWE and the culture she experienced while she was there.

Now, Rousey is accusing Drew Gulak of acting inappropriately with her during a backstage incident.

“I was standing there and this guy that I was like barely an acquaintance with grabs the string of my sweat pants as I’m walking by. I wasn’t even looking at him… Nobody else reacts as if this is abnormal,” she said on News Nation.

Rousey later named the person as Drew Gulak. Rousey couldn’t believe that he would do that and that nobody said anything about what happened.

“Is this behavior so prevalent that people don’t even realize it’s a problem anymore?” she thought to herself at the time.

She detailed confronting him about what he did.

She told him: “If I ever hear about you putting your hands on any other woman like this or doing anything like this to me ever again we’re going to have a problem.”

Ronda claimed he backpedaled but said he was glad she said something to him about what happened.

Currently Gulak is part of the NXT roster and is the leader of the No Quarter Catch Crew faction. Gulak just recently opened the Catchpoint wrestling school in Philadelphia.

In a press release it is stated that “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams, Wheeler Yuta and Drew Gulak will be special guest coaches and that “safety, inclusivity and professionalism will be at the forefront of Catchpoint, to ensure a supportive and fun environment so attendees can remain focused on what’s most important – stepping up their wrestling game”.

Rousey’s autobiography Our Fight was released on April 2.

TOP PHOTO: Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler (C) Vs. Katana Chance & Kayden Carter in a Women’s Tag Team title match at WWE Monday Night Raw, at XL Center, in Hartford, CT, on Monday, June 5, 2023. Photo by George Tahinos, Slam Wrestling,


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