The mixed martial arts star has always been rumored to make the move to professional wrestling after her UFC career seemingly ended when she was knocked out by Amanda Nunes inside 48 seconds in December 2016.
After Bazsler's win, Rousey was confronted by Charlotte Flair, clearly teasing a potential battle. Although not yet officially announced by WWE, it appears as if Rousey will be making her way to the squared circle in the near future.
Rousey, the first and former UFC women's bantamweight champion, is nearing a deal with World Wrestling Entertainment, according to USA Today.
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That will nearly certainly stand as Rousey's final MMA fight, as even UFC President Dana White has said he doesn't expect her back in the octagon. She has also spent time working out at the WWE's High Performance Center in Orlando, Fla. Rapidly. And it's just in time for a Wrestlemania appearance. "She will get a lot of money and that's great". "I don't want it to have to happen". The UFC's first female fighter, Rousey began her MMA career 12-0, usually dispatching her foes shortly into the first round, and won acclaim for her skills, looks and charisma. I've seen Pro Wrestling Sheet's Ryan Satin throw out the idea of Rousey ending Asuka's streak at WrestleMania, and the reactions to the suggestion were mixed.
"I'm excited to have the conversation with her and see where it goes".
No words were spoken, except by Rousey, who told the WWE stars, "Name the time". She has appeared in several movies such as "Entourage", "Furious 7" and "The Expendables 3". Now, it's quite possible that didn't directly factor in Rousey much, as this was about lower-tier broadcast fights rather than the better PPV fights she would have likely been in, but there was still maybe the idea of her showing up on some broadcast properties from time to time. WrestleMania season is right around the corner, and there's no question WWE would want to have Rousey's debut coincide with one of the company's biggest shows of the year.