Ronda Rousey’s WWE departure is reportedly imminent, and with it, speculation about her return to the UFC has intensified.
“I think she’s coming back,” Nunes told ESPN. “I think she’s going to come back and challenge me for the title.”
Rousey has not fought in the UFC since her loss to Nunes, but she has remained active in the public eye, appearing in movies and television shows. She also signed a contract with WWE in 2018 and has been a regular on the company’s programming.
However, Rousey’s time in WWE has been marked by injuries and inconsistent booking. She has not wrestled since WrestleMania 35 in 2019, and there have been reports that she is unhappy with her role in the company.
If Rousey does return to the UFC, it would be a major coup for the promotion. She is one of the most popular fighters in the world, and her return would generate a huge amount of interest.
It is unclear what weight class Rousey would compete in if she returned to the UFC. She currently weighs around 165 pounds, which would make her a natural fit for the women’s bantamweight division. However, she has also expressed interest in competing in the women’s featherweight division.
It will be interesting to see if Rousey does return to the UFC. If she does, it will be a major moment for the promotion and for the sport of MMA.
Here are some additional details about the rumours surrounding Rousey’s WWE departure and her potential return to the UFC:
- According to a report by The Sun, Rousey is expected to leave WWE in the coming weeks.
- The report also states that Rousey has been unhappy with her role in WWE and that she is looking to return to MMA.
- Rousey has not yet commented on the rumours, but her departure from WWE would be a major blow to the company.
- If Rousey does return to MMA, it would be a major coup for the UFC. She is one of the most popular fighters in the world, and her return would generate a huge amount of interest.
We will have to wait and see what happens with Rousey, but the rumours are certainly intriguing.