Yup, you read it correctly. The announcement came earlier today during this big NBCUniversal media presentation, of which WWE was a major participant, that Ronda Rousey will have her first one on one match at next month's MITB ppv and it'll be against Nia Jax for the Raw Women's Championship. It's fair to say that Rousey was very impressive during the mixed tag team match at WrestleMania and that she silenced a lot of doubters as to how well she could make the transition. The novelty of this being her first one on one wrestling match will draw money, the fact that it's for the title will almost be incidental. Some will probably be against this as Rousey hasn't "earned" it or doesn't "deserve" it and all that. I can see that line of thinking but the name of the game is making money and Ronda Rousey challenging for the Raw Women's Championship in her first singles match is a bigger draw than anything else the women of either Raw or SmackDown can put together right now. Even in legit combat sports, title contenders are often decided just as much by potential box office as win/loss records, sometimes much more so, so it's not like WWE deserves a ton of grief over this, if any at all. As to who walks out winning, I think there'll be some sort of screwjob ending. Rousey is not going to lose her first one on one match. I think the most obvious answer is that this match takes place after the women's MITB ladder match and Ms. MITB pulls a Rollins. She cashes in right in the middle of Nia vs. Ronda, making it a triple threat match, and winds up pinning Nia to win the title. They could always go the route of having Rousey beat Nia for the title but, at this time, I think they automatically paint themselves into a corner by doing that. To me, it doesn't say a lot about the "competition" Rousey will have on Raw if she goes over Nia Jax, the woman that's mowed her way through nearly every woman on the main roster already at one time or another, to win a championship in her very first singles match. They could also just have Rousey mow through opponents until Ms. MITB cashes in or whatever but I see no need to weaken the roster. I could see that happening, however, as Vince McMahon just LOVES to sacrifice the credibility of entire divisions simply to make one or two people look good instead of making everyone look strong.