It was fun while it lasted.
Following an appearance at WrestleMania last weekend, UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has no plans for future appearances on the WWE stage.
According to a report on Wednesday from “UFC Tonight,” Rousey’s representative, Brad Slater, told the FOX Sports 1 program that the appearance, wherein she confronted WWE personalities Triple H and Stephanie McMahon, was a one-off occasion. Though Slater said they left the door open to talks, no other plans are in place for Rousey to get into professional wrestling.
Sunday’s presence at Sunday’s event prompted speculation on Monday that Rousey would make an appearance at next year’s WrestleMania. A post on her official Twitter page only furthered the speculation when she tweeted a photo of her and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson with the following caption: “The night: Historic. The moment: Electric. The Rock, Ronda & the WWE Universe: Magic. We’re just gettin’ started…”
As for her UFC schedule, Rousey remains booked to face Bethe Correia at UFC 190 on Aug. 1 in Brazil.
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