Typically, Ronda Rousey likes to finish her WWE matches by using her patented armbar. There are some rare instances, however, where Rousey uses her other signature move. Rousey hoists her opponents up on her shoulders and delivers a sort of spinning suplex.
The move has yet to be given an official name. Rousey recently spoke to Yahoo Sports to promote tonight’s SummerSlam event, where she will challenge Alexa Bliss for the Raw Women’s Title. “Rowdy” was asked about her signature suplex maneuver. In regards to the name, Rousey says she has been trying to name it for quite some time.
She mentioned liking the name, “Plex and Violence,” which is a spin off of the song “Sex and Violence” that the UFC wouldn’t allow her to walk out to before her fights. She’s not sure WWE would allow the name “Plex and Violence” and asked fans for some suggestions:
“Oh, that throw I keep doing? We keep throwing around names for it. Originally, my walkout song for MMA I wanted to be ‘Sex and Violence’ and they wouldn’t let me. So I thought a cool name would be ‘Plex and Violence,’ like suplex and violence.
“Yeah, so Plex and Violence I like. Maybe, I don’t know, it’s PG, I don’t know if they’ll let me keep it. What do you guys think? … Or do you have any suggestions? I’m open to suggestions. Name that thing that I do.”