Ronda Rousey is now training for her in-ring WWE debut at WrestleMania, but she recently took some time out to make the media rounds where she stopped by "The Ellen Show" to sit down with Ellen Degeneres to discuss a number of topics.
It's not really surprising that Rousey doesn't plan on returning to the UFC but she's never been so forthright when it comes to shutting down the chances that she would even entertain another fight.
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. In the RAW's she has attended, Rousey has been exceptional.
Rousey made her WWE debut back at the Royal Rumble, interrupting Asuka's celebration after winning the first ever Women's Royal Rumble match.
"I'm just doing what I enjoy and WWE is what I enjoy right now", Rousey said.
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At UFC 193 in November 2015, Rousey was upset by Holly Holm, losing via second-round TKO and surrendering her title. Her answer left pretty much no doubt that professional fighting is not in her future - with some wiggle room to walk it back. During her MMA career, she paid tribute to it by forming the "Four Horsewomen" alongside her MMA teammate Shayna Baszler, who is now signed to the WWE. Rousey admitted that she's nervous, but it's not like she's "Olympics nervous".
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.
However, in 2015 her career came crashing down.
As for the major difference between WWE and the UFC, she said that WWE was like a team, while UFC and judo were individual efforts.