Ronda Rousey Implies UFC Return Is Highly Unlikely

Angelo Anderson
March 14, 2018

Even more, Rousey is now only booked for the April 2nd episode of RAW in Atlanta, Georgia.

According to the site, Ronda Rousey wanted to be on Monday Night Raw to continue her WWE storyline feud with Stephanie McMahon and Triple H, but couldn't because of the medical testing in Pittsburgh.

Tonight's RAW kicked off with General Manager Kurt Angle announcing that WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar was not there for his in-ring meeting with Reigns, his second RAW no-show during WrestleMania 34 Season.

"WWE, I describe it as a live TV show about a wrestling tournament where everyone does their own stunts", Rousey said.

As seen on this week's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw in Detroit, MI at the Little Caesars Arena on the USA Network, John Cena once again issued a challenge to The Undertaker for a match at WrestleMania 34. While the show will most certainly go on, this does hurt Rousey's momentum. During the interview, host Ellen DeGeneres asked Rousey to explain the differences between the two careers and why she made the change.

However, she may put the time away to good use as she hones her craft for her first ever match at WrestleMania. Rousey admitted that she's nervous, but it's not like she's "Olympics nervous".

"This is my life now". On the fifth anniversary of her first UFC title defense, the first-ever women's fight in the octagon, several vets spoke about the former Olympic judoka's contribution to MMA. "This is not a smash-and-grab; this is not a publicity stunt", Rousey told then.

Rousey is unsure if she wants to go back to the UFC as she's enjoying WWE right now.

We'll keep you posted on Rousey's status in the coming weeks.

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