The reason why WWE changed Raquel Rodriguez’s final move has been revealed

Raquel Rodriguez and Ronda Rousey had a great match a few weeks ago in a SmackDown, and last night they faced each other again. Unfortunately, their match was disrupted after Schutzi angered everyone about suffering a title injury, but that wasn’t the only takeaway from the match, as Michael Cole revealed a new name for Rodriguez’s finalist during the match. The end player was previously called the Chingona Bomb (which was a cool name by the way), but Cole called it a Tejana Bomb during the match, and It seems to have put the puzzle pieces together as to why they changed it.

During Rodriguez’s previous match the previous week, the commentary team indicated that she craved the bomb as the Chingona Bomb as usual, but then the sound was muted due to the 7-second delay. It looks like WWE has decided at the moment to mute the sound, as if it had been decided beforehand, the commentary team would have avoided mentioning the stylist until a new name was chosen.

As for why the article says that WWE discovered the meaning of the word Chingona during the show. It’s actually slang for being a bad-ass woman, so there’s nothing wrong with that and it seems weird to change it. However, it’s close to another word meaning F***, so it was probably a little too close for comfort. WWE hasn’t confirmed this or provided a reason for why and probably never will, although if they or Raquel process the change, we’ll let you know.

Rodriguez has had an excellent SmackDown performance since her debut not too long ago, including her last match against Rossi. That match impressed everyone, and thanks to last night’s interference, they ended up teaming up as a duo. This is likely only a temporary thing, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see Raquel build up as the main contender for the title sooner rather than later.

What do you think of the name change? Let us know in the comments!


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