Ronda Rousey Accuses WWE Superstar Drew Gulak Of Inappropriate Behaviour During Her Time In The Company

Ronda Rousey Accuses WWE Superstar Drew Gulak Of Inappropriate Behaviour During Her Time In The Company Ronda Rousey Accuses WWE Superstar Drew Gulak Of Inappropriate Behaviour During Her Time In The Company

Former WWE Superstar Ronda Rousey has revealed an incident which allegedly took place backstage with Drew Gulak that saw him grab her clothing as she walked by. Find more details about that right here...

By JoshWilding - Apr 03, 2024 11:04 AM EST
Filed Under: WWE

UPDATE: Drew Gulak has today issued the following response: 


Ronda Rousey is doing the rounds to promote her new book, Our Fight, and hasn't once shied away from making her feelings known about WWE. The Baddest Woman on the Planet has no intention of returning there, something that's evident from recent interviews. 

However, Rousey has now made a serious claim of misconduct against WWE Superstar Drew Gulak. She explains that he grabbed the string of her sweatpants and, while that's by no means illegal or considered sexual assault, it's not hard to see why Rousey felt uncomfortable and upset about the alleged incident. 

Here's what she had to say about her run-in with Gulak: 

"Bruce Prichard and another one of the writers and God, I forgot his name. I can't believe I forgot this guy's name. It'll come back to me, but I was standing there, and this guy that was I barely an acquaintance with, grabs the string of my sweat pants as I'm walking by. I wasn't even looking at him, you know? This guy grabs the string of my sweatpants and nobody else reacts as if this is abnormal. And he's like, he comes out, and he starts going down the hall."

"I'm just like, 'What is that? Why are we grabbing the string of my sweatpants?" If my husband was standing here next to me, would you feel comfortable walking up to me and grabbing the string of my sweatpants? Nobody around me acted as if it was abnormal. All the guys around me were just like, you know, this is part of the day, and I'm like, 'If this guy is coming up to me and doing this kind of stuff to me when there's other people around, what's happening to these other girls when it's not in a hallway or something like that?' So that really really put me on an edge to, not only is this behavior prevalent, but it's so prevalent that people don't even realize it's a problem anymore."

"Dude, I swear to God, I know exactly what he looks like. And I completely blanking on his name. Is this part of my concussion test what it was? Drew Gulak, that's who it was. Yes. Yeah, I would confront him later and I was like, 'If I ever hear about you putting like your hands on any other woman like this or doing anything like this to me ever again, we're gonna have...' you know, I'm editing myself all the swear words out but we're gonna have a problem."

"And he was like, 'No, no, you know, I'm glad that you said something to me.' He really backpedalled, but I just put a really, really sour taste in my mouth about the culture there and what's considered acceptable and how to touch and treat the women in the hallways and anywhere but backstage."

The entire incident sounds bizarre and neither WWE nor Gulak have commented on Rousey's claims as we write this. 

If Gulak did what's alleged here, then it's baffling that he would believe it's okay to grab a woman's clothing like that as she's walking by. He may have been joking around, but it still sounds like an inappropriate incident and one someone other than Rousey should have called him out on. 

Check out Rousey's comments in full below. 

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clintthahamster
clintthahamster - 4/3/2024, 4:26 PM
Both sides of the story sound credible, tbh, but it's a shame for Gulak that he happened to be working for a company that was actively engaged in sex trafficking at the time.

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