One of the most important athletes of the last years of WWE is definitely Ronda Rousey, former UFC world champion and also the former world champion of Monday Night Raw, with the Baddest Women on the Planet who has trod the WWE rings for a year, then stopping her performances soon after Wrestlemania 35, having lost her title to Becky Lynch.
In the evolution of WWE women's wrestling in recent years, therefore, Rousey has been fundamental to bring as many fans as possible to the product offered by the "weak" category of the federation, with some historical matches that have in fact aired in the last period, between the former MMA fighter champion and the various Becky Lynch, Nikki Bella and Charlotte Flair.
Since the two-year-old edition of Wrestlemania, however, Ronda seems to have made her tracks disappear, leaving orphans the WWE Universe fans who had begun to love her even on the pro-wrestling square, with WWE seemingly not having lost hope in the wrestler, still considering her as a future face of the company.
Stephanie McMahon recently spoke to TMZ Sports and gave her take on a potential WWE return for Ronda Rousey. McMahon said that she was definitely 'hopeful' that Rousey will return to WWE at some point.
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In her latest interview with TMZ Sports, WWE Executive Vice President, Chairman's daughter Stephanie McMahon, after talking about the federation's sensational contract with NBCU, also wanted to talk about Ronda Rousey and how According to the daughter of Vince McMahon, an imminent return to the family federation is possible, with Triple H's wife saying: "Well, you know, Ronda is a very important public figure who has started to build her own family and you know, once she is ready, our doors will be absolutely open, our arms will be open for her.
We are very optimistic and confident that Ronda will return to WWE, as he promised some time ago. "Apparently, despite not being seen in the WWE rings and TV screens for over a year, Ronda Rousey would always remain in the hearts of fans and staff.
work of the company, with the management of the Stamford-based federation that would be absolutely convinced and certain that one day, near or far, the former champion will return to tread the McMahon-owned rings. Ronda Rousey came out at the end of the 2018 Royal Rumble, confronting Asuka who had just won the first-ever women's Royal Rumble match.
It was announced right after this that Rousey had signed a contract with WWE. Rousey went on to make her in-ring debut at WrestleMania 34 where she teamed up with WWE legend Kurt Angle to defeat Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.