Ronda Rousey believes Stephanie McMahon is pulling strings for the good of the WWE, setting aside personal differences for now. In photo, Ronda Rousey attends the Premiere Of STX Films' 'Mile 22' at Westwood Village Theatre on August 9, 2018 in Westwood, California. Getty Images/Leon Bennett

Since her arrival in the WWE, Ronda Rousey has been putting up an undefeated win streak of her own. This started when Rousey partnered with Kurt Angle, taking on Stephanie McMahon and Triple H at Wrestlemania 34. Rousey won that for her team, forcing Stephanie to admit defeat via her patented armbar submission.

For those who followed the history between Rousey and McMahon, they first crossed paths at Wrestlemania 31 in 2015. It was an impromptu performance where the former UFC women's champion was invited by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson to the ring opposite the McMahon couple. Rousey eventually tossed Triple H out of the ring and teased an armbar on Stephanie.

Looking ahead, most have not forgotten about the tension between the two WWE stars. In an interview with Ringside News, Rousey admitted that while she and Stephanie do still have differences, most of the storylines right now are for the good of the shows. This includes pitting Rousey against Natalya on the Christmas Eve edition of WWE Raw after winning an eight-woman Gauntlet match arranged by McMahon last week.

Apparently, Rousey has been showing up in various WWE shows, although most remember that incident where she helped Asuka win the Smackdown Women's Championship at the expense of Becky Lynch at WWE TLC.

But Rousey made it clear that she helped Asuka because she felt that the Japanese professional wrestler deserved the title and that Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch were a bunch of cheaters. She added that Asuka did not owe her anything and that if she had any doubts about winning it, the best way was to defend the title for her to feel better.

With Rousey and Natalya facing each other next, it will be interesting to see how the best friends will approach the match. Several scenarios come to mind, including a heel-turn or betrayal that could happen on the show.

There is also a chance that the fight for the WWE Women's title could end up as a no-contest with several protagonists of the Gauntlet match getting involved. That includes Sasha Banks, the same WWE diva who Natalya defeated via tap out. Other WWE stars who took part in that match were Bayley, Alicia Fox, Dana Brooke, Mickie James and Ruby Riot, Fox Sports Asia reported.

If not from the Raw roster, there is the payback angle. Recall the events that went down at WWE TLC? Charlotte and Lynch could repay the favor and screw Rousey. There are many potential scenarios, making it one of the matches to check out on WWE Raw Christmas Eve edition.