Ronda Rousey Discusses Future & Whether She'll Make UFC Return

Lula Sharp
March 14, 2018

This year, the first ever women's Royal Rumble victor Asuka will face off with WrestleMania: SmackDown Live Women's Champion Charlotte Flair, While, Shunsuke Nakamura, the men's Royal Rumble victor will face WWE Champion AJ Styles. among other smack downs, Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar will wrestle it out for the the WWE Universal Championship.

Ronda Rousey has never officially announced her retirement from mixed martial arts, but she came pretty close during a recent appearance on "The Ellen Degeneres Show". Even more, Rousey is now only booked for the April 2nd episode of RAW in Atlanta, Georgia.

Additionally, WWE.com have quietly removed the article regarding Rousey being a regular feature.

Of course, Ronda Rousey started her Road to WrestleMania when she appeared at the WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view to sign her Monday Night Raw contract only to have Kurt Angle tell her that Stephanie McMahon and Triple H just wanted to use her and hold her down for embarrassing them at WrestleMania 31. While the show will most certainly go on, this does hurt Rousey's momentum. Speculation is Braun vs. Cesaro and Sheamus in a Handicap Match in New Orleans or Braun being put with Elias to form a new tag team.

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Rousey made her WWE debut back at the Royal Rumble, interrupting Asuka's celebration after winning the first ever Women's Royal Rumble match.

"This is my life now". On the fifth anniversary of her first UFC title defense, the first-ever women's fight in the octagon, several vets spoke about the former Olympic judoka's contribution to MMA. "This is not a smash-and-grab; this is not a publicity stunt", Rousey said in an exclusive interview with ESPN reporter Ramona Shelburne.

Ellen also asked Rousey what it's like doing WWE since it's the opposite of UFC as you are supposed to not hurt your opponent.

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