One of the most memorable moments of WrestleMania 31 apart from the iconic Triple H vs Sting in the final chapter of the Monday Night Wars, where we had a showdown between DX and the NWO had to be the moment the Rock invited Ronda Rousey to take on Stephanie McMahon. Ronda upped the ante by hitting an arm drag on Triple H! It had to be one of the most electrifying moves in sports entertainment, in which the most electrifying man had not much of a part.
Ever since then, there have been rumors rampant that Ronda may end up in the WWE, to face off against Stephanie and then be the leader of the Women’s division. The rumors gained a lot of heat after Ronda announced that her bout against Amanda Nunes at the UFC 207 would be her last bout. This news was confirmed by the UFC who stated that Ronda’s career in the octagon was winding down as she wanted to pursue other interests.
In a recent interview with TMZ, Stephanie McMahon stated that she will definitely try her best to lure Ronda back into the ring. When asked about the chances of Ronda in the WWE, Stephanie stated that she would love to have Ronda in the squared circle. She added that she has got to get back at her, for the arm bar attack at WrestleMania 31. She ended the interview by saying that it’s best to leave it at the point that she would definitely try to get Ronda into the WWE.
WWE would be a perfect place for Ronda to maintain her profile as one of the most dangerous women in the world and simultaneously take up acting projects, if any come up her way. Look at how the WWE has made changes to their schedule to accommodate the likes of the Rock, Dave Bautista and most recently, John Cena. Having Ronda in bouts against Sasha Banks, Charlotte, Asuka, Mickie James or Becky Lynch would be a treat to watch. As always, treat this as a rumor till we have confirmed reports.
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