Ronda Rousey became a super-human force in the MMA industry holding the 12-0 streak in her peak time. It came to an end after suffering a loss at the hands of Holly Holm. Following that on UFC 207, she suffered another loss via TKO in just 47 seconds against UFC bantamweight champion, Amanda Nunes that put her UFC career in jeopardy.
Following the loss, speculations were running rampant suggesting a possible move to WWE is on the horizon for the famous sportsperson. She shares a cordial relationship with the heads of the company, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon that keeps a potential deal idea alive. Also, she graced the Mae Young Classic show back at this year’s summer to hint that the rumours might be true.
Going by the reports of the USA today, a positive outcome is about to come between the two parties, sooner. Ronda Rousey is on the verge of finalising a deal with the WWE that might culminate a match for her at the Wrestlemania 34 PPV. According to the source, she has come to the final stage of signing the contract which will be let known, sooner.
The reports of the former UFC superstar competing in a WWE ring is there ever since this year’s summer following her TV appearance in the WWE. It hinted about a potential matchup between the two four-horse women factions. But this was cancelled, going forward. Check out the updates from stillrealtous.com regarding this,
“There were some possible plans to use Ronda Rousey and her Horsewomen at Survivor Series, but that obviously didn’t happen. The next idea for Rousey was a possible match against someone like Charlotte Flair or Stephanie McMahon at Mania. But whatever WWE is planning, it looks like things are going to get set in motion soon.”
Ronda Rousey is no stranger to WWE appearances, as she featured in a segment at Wrestlemania 31 with The Rock against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. The moment received huge rounds of applause from the fans making it the moment of the year in 2015. From that point onwards, the WWE fans always wanted to see Ronda competing in WWE. They are likely to get it, sooner.