Update On Alicia Fox Incident With Ronda Rousey's Husband

WATCH: Alicia Fox argues with Travis Browne, husband of Ronda Rousey, in hotel lobby

Just after the event started, WWE famous wrestler Alicia Fox was seen fighting with Ronda Rousey's husband Travis Browne.

Some drama with WWE's WrestleMania 34 weekend is already apparent, as former WWE Divas Champion Alica Fox was seen in an argument with Ronda Rousey's husband. Here's the latest on Fox confronting UFC fighter Travis Browne, who is married to new women's superstar Ronda Rousey.

Alicia became impulsive at Travis then reaches for the camera which was making their video.

And her husband Browne hasn't fared better inside the caged ring - losing his last four bouts with UFC president Dana White declaring he should retire.

Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter reported that Fox was pulled from the Women's Battle Royal as a result of her altercation with Browne. Alicia hasn't featured since January because of her tailbone injury and will take some more time. According to Ryan Satin, WWE didn't keep Fox away from the match for the incident, but rather because she wasn't medically cleared for the match.

If Fox doesn't return to television in the next few weeks, it could suggest that her injury requires further recovery or that WWE is purposefully keeping her off TV.

WWE's Alicia Fox doesn't seem to be a big fan of Travis Browne, lol.



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