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".
When asked if she would eventually go back to the UFC, she said that she didn't know and it would be like returning to the Olympics for judo. Kudos to the WWE for doing that, despite the absences of Lesnar and Rousey.More news: Muhammad Wilkerson to sign with Green Bay Packers
For months after Rousey was taken out by Amanda Nunes in 2016, there was seemingly, endless speculation, as to whether the former bantamweight champ would fight again.
"I can't think of the last time I was so excited for anything", Rousey said of her upcoming match.
At UFC 193 in November 2015, Rousey was upset by Holly Holm, losing via second-round TKO and surrendering her title. Rousey will be competing at WrestleMania 34 teaming up with Kurt Angle to face Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. WWE legends Brock Lesnar and CM Punk both made the journey - with varying degrees of success - so it isn't beyond the realm of possibility that the 31-year-old Rousey could one day do the same.More news: Jets Working On A Deal With Teddy Bridgewater
"One other thing, and that is this word of respect and so forth and the lack of it, let me just say that based on what just happened Roman Reigns has been temporarily suspended". "Really looking forward to it".
Do you think Ronda Rousey will ever entertain another fight in the UFC or is her career finished? WWE seems to be slowly developing Rousey inside the ring for a future singles run.More news: Bangor University staff to remain on strike after pension deal rejected
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