Ronda Rousey is unsure if she is still under contract with WWE



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Ronda Rousey is unsure if she is still under contract with WWE

One of the athletes who changed the WWE women's world in recent years, despite having played in the McMahon rings for only a year, only to be absent for a very long period that still lasts, is Ronda Rousey, former UFC world champion, as well as former Monday Night Raw World Champion.

After taking part in the very first all-female Wrestlemania main event and having given her belt to Becky Lynch, who became "Becky Two Belts" on that occasion, Ronda Rousey has decided to temporarily (perhaps) leave the pro wrestling, later becoming pregnant with her first child whom she had with her husband Travis Browne, an MMA fighter.

In recent months, WWE Universe fans have been wondering if Ronda will ever return to fight in the McMahon-owned company rings and until now, no one has been able to give a real and precise answer on what, neither from the WWE side, with Stephanie McMahon and Triple H who continue to support her without knowing what she will do, nor on the part of the fighter, who has not yet decided anything about her future.

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In her latest Facebook appearance, while Ronda Rousey was doing one of her streams during a video game session, several fans wanted to ask Baddest Woman on the Planet if she'll be back to work in the WWE rings with the show's former champion anytime soon.

red who admitted he doesn't even know if he's still under contract with them, saying: "(A person in chat) asks if they are still under contract with WWE. Well technically - I don't think I am. But who knows? This is a question to ask lawyers.

Currently I continue to feel with Steph, because she is very sweet and we send each other pictures of our little girls. I haven't talked to Triple H since she had - well she had that heart problem with the operation or something.

I hope everything is ok and that he is fine." Ronda Rousey has had a very successful career in MMA, she's appeared in numerous blockbuster movies and she had a great year in WWE. She, along with Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch, made history at WrestleMania 35.

They became the first women in history to headline the Grandest Stage of Them All. When asked by a fan if she's been in contact with Triple H about a return, Ronda Rousey said she hasn't spoken to The Game since his cardiac event in September. She added that she is still in contact with Stephanie McMahon.