Could the WWE Be Bringing Ronda Rousey to Bossier City?
WWE announced Monday morning that they are coming back to the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City for a holiday show on Sunday, December 2nd.
The show doesn't have an official lineup yet, WWE usually reserves that for the week of the show, and even that announcement will have the words "card subject to change" on it. Which is expected in an industry that involves injuries.
But we can do some digging right now to try and figure out who WWE will be sending, and it looks REALLY good for WWE fans.
Here's what we do know: WWE splits their rosters on the road between Monday Night Raw and Smackdown Live; WWE has a show that same night in Arlington, TX, and WWE will be in Houston the following night.
With that info, let's fill in some details. WWE's show in Arlington on December 2nd is a Smackdown Live show, which means Monday Night Raw's roster is likely what we can expect.
The Monday Night Raw roster is in Mexico City the night before the Bossier City show, and they're in Houston the night after the Bossier show.
On the lineup for the Mexico City show is Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman, Kevin Owens, Nia Jax, Sasha Banks, and Bayley. On the lineup for Houston's Raw is Reigns, Rollins, Strowman, and Ronda Rousey.
So Rousey is not set to go to Mexico City, and is set for Houston. So could Bossier City be where Rousey catches back up with her WWE crew? Sounds like it to me.
Before you start to wonder if Ronda Rousey is doing these live shows in small and medium sized markets, she is. She's slated for about 80% of WWE's shows all year, and one of those could now be Bossier City.