While Ronda Rousey made her WWE debut on the biggest stage possible at WrestleMania 34 last month, it appears that the former UFC Star is still getting used to the WWE customs.

Standing on the turnbuckle and waving at the crowd or posing for the photos is a regular move for any WWE Star and it usually comes after they have won a match.

However, reacting to her first house show match in WWE as seen in the video below, Ronda revealed that she didnít know how to do this and the house show in Geneva was the first time she stood up on the turnbuckle for a pose:

.@RondaRousey, @NatbyNature & @WWEEmberMoon discuss their victory at #WWEGeneva, and look forward to #WWEVienna tomorrow night! pic.twitter.com/ap3YiztBHg

ó WWE (@WWE) May 17, 2018

For those who donít know Ronda Rousey made her WWE House Show debut last night while wrestling in a Raw Brand Live Event from Geneva.

Though while she was originally announced to face Mickie James in a one on one match, the former UFC Star ended up competing in a 6 Women Tag match instead.

She teamed up with Natalya and Ember Moon to face the trio of Mickie James, Liv Morgan, and Ruby Riott. The match was won by Rousey and her team when she made James tap out to an arm bar.

As noted before, Ronda Rousey is scheduled to work a number of more Live events in near future and she is also expected to wrestle at an upcoming Raw episode.

After this and the announcement that she will be challenging for the Raw Womenís Championship, many believe that Ronda will be wrestling more frequently in upcoming times and she may start competing regularly on Television soon.

Ronda Rousey is currently set to challenge Nia Jax for the Raw Womenís Championship at Money In The Bank on June 17th.