Ronda Rousey is now training for her in-ring WWE debut at WrestleMania, but she recently took some time out to make the media rounds where she stopped by "The Ellen Show" to sit down with Ellen Degeneres to discuss a number of topics.
Rousey said transitioning from real to fake fighting doesn't worry her too much.
It's unclear why Rousey was not a part of Raw, but the answer could simply be that WWE didn't have a way to advance her storyline, or there were scheduling conflicts.
With her UFC career seemingly behind her, Rousey is happy to start her new career with WWE where she will make her professional wrestling debut at WrestleMania 34 on April 8. "WWE is what I enjoy right now".
For months after Rousey was taken out by Amanda Nunes in 2016, there was seemingly, endless speculation, as to whether the former bantamweight champ would fight again.
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"I don't know. I think it's just as likely as me going back to another Olympics for judo", Rousey said when asked on "The Ellen Show" about going back to the UFC. That brought out Ronda Rousey, who pointed out that she could challenge anyone she wanted from the WWE and challenged McMahon.
"One other thing, and that is this word of respect and so forth and the lack of it, let me just say that based on what just happened Roman Reigns has been temporarily suspended". I care about her, and she's got enough money. First priority on my timeline for the next several years.
Now, Rousey is changing directions to blaze another trail in a decorated career.
The third hour featured Asuka versus James, Nia Jax turning her anger towards Alexa Bliss and the tag team battle royal that ended with Braun Strowman setting up a confrontation with Sheamus and Cesaro.