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It looks like Ronda Rousey is making her return to… Wrestlemania?

Ronda Rousey, the once great MMA fighter, has taken some time out from the Octagon after getting the HANDS in back-to-back losses.

But the Sensei eventually loses to the student right?

Before getting dethroned, Rousey had a killer 12-fight win streak where none of her opponents stood a chance. Let’s relive some of those moments.

So what’s next? Could it be a career change? How about this — Wrestlemania.

Ronda already made her first appearance alongside the Rock during Wrestlemania 31 where she layeth the smacketh down on Triple H and Stephanie McMahon’s candy ass all over the ring.

Since then, she’s been making appearances here and there at different WWE matches & NXT events.

Earlier this year during the Mae Young Classic, Rousey made another appearance, except this time accompanied by Shayna Baszler, Jessamyn Duke, and Marina Shafir, fellow UFC fighters.

So who will be in the actual match? Ryan Dilbert, Bleacher Report journalist, says,

“Per the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE is planning on booking Rousey, Shayna Baszler, Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir vs. Flair, Bayley, Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks at next year’s WrestleMania.”

The 4 WWE divas stepping up to the plate are solid, but this is one of those times where you want to have Nia Jax in your corner.

Charlotte vs. Rousey will be the highlight of this match, but you’ve got to wonder, how much strong style can we expect to see? Charlotte ain’t a punk so we’re looking to see a historic match up.

This will be one of the biggest….if not the biggest women’s match in Wrestlemania history.

Shouts to all of the moonsaults, armbars, suplexes, and chokeholds we are about to see.

Rumor has it that Ronda Rousey is taking her talents to the WWE

Ronda Rousey is one of the biggest draws in the history of the UFC.

A former UFC Bantamweight Champion, Rousey was on an undefeated streak until getting her face rearranged courtesy of Holly Holm.

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Rousey later returned at UFC 207 where she was mauled by Amanda Nunes suffering her second straight knockout loss.

Watching this fight was like watching a bully beat up a nerd for lunch money until the teacher breaks up the fight.

But recently, Ronda Rousey has expressed interest in joining WWE and becoming a professional wrestler, according to reports from Fightful.

She is a longtime wrestling fan and her debut isn’t such a bad idea as she already appeared at Wrestlemania 31 alongside The Rock.

Per, the buzz backstage is that Rousey will start training soon for her wrestling debut.

She has been recommended to Brian Kendrick’s gym in California to start training. Eva Marie and some other women have been sent to Kendrick’s gym for training.

I’d love to see Ronda in a WWE ring. She’d be a huge draw before even making her debut. She could lift sagging TV ratings if booked as who she really is: a straight up badass.

Rousey would automatically draw a lot of comparisons to Brock Lesnar in the sense that they’re both powerhouses that had successful UFC careers. Imagine her being managed by Paul Heyman…

Ronda’s already a legit competitor and her reported extra measure of training for an in-ring debut earns her a lot of respect on my part.

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She’s taking the time to learn about the business and if that isn’t cool as hell, you must be living in another dimension.

Her appearance at the Mae Young Classic in support of Shayna Baszler, another former UFC fighter who’s competing in the event, has furthered the buzz of her in-ring debut.

If this rumor proves true, Ronda Rousey could definitely become one of the greatest women wrestlers in history.