“This has gone too far.”

WWE Administrator Adam Pearce recently shared his thoughts on the opening segment of this week’s SmackDown show Ronda Rossi.

The former women’s champion appeared to be hijacking Friday Night SmackDown until management rescinded her suspension. Last Friday, Rousey paid the fine she was awarded for assaulting a match official at SummerSlam and wanted to know why her suspension was suspended.

Pierce couldn’t lift the suspension and went with security to force The Rowdy One to leave the ring. However, things turned materialistic before Rossi was arrested and taken away in a police car. Taking to Twitter, the WWE official responded to the situation and noted how things went away.

“They’ve gone too far.”

Before getting into the police car, Rossi made sure she was back and commented on Pierce’s haircut, even though he was bald.

When is Ronda Rousey expected to lift WWE’s suspension?

It looks like Rousey was pinned at someone else’s SummerSlam for entering a photo of the SmackDown Women’s Championship alongside Liv Morgan. There are now rumors that a WWE draft could happen after Clash at the Castle, allowing Rousey to switch to RAW instead.

The Rowdy One suspension has not been given a timeline, which means she can return to Clash at the Castle if desired and help Shayna Baszler defeat Liv Morgan in a title match.

It is not clear what Rossi’s plan will follow at the stadium show in the UK or whether she will face additional fines and suspension time for her attack on security during a violent confrontation this week.

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