WWE Rumors: Ronda Rousey To Be Seen At WrestleMania 33?

29 November 2016, 7:17 am EST By Dheeraj R Mobile & Apps

After the confirmation former UFC bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey will make a comeback in December, latest rumors hinted that she might also be seen in WWE matches. Reports touted that Rousey will fight at the WrestleMania 33 event.

WhatCulture reported that Rousey is expected to fight Raw Women's Champion Charlotte Flair in her next WWE match. Chief Brand Officer of WWE Stephanie McMahon is reportedly very much keen on bringing Rousey back into action at the WrestleMania 33.

Earlier, Rousey made a WWE appearance at the WrestleMania 31 event when she came in with The Rock and fought against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. To add on to the rumors, few reports stated that even Rousey is keen on joining WWE. "You never know," stated Rousey, as reported by Daily Star. "I have a lot of crazy opportunities on my plate right now."

On the other hand, reports stated that Rousey is currently training for her upcoming match at UFC 207. According to the president Dana White, the 29-year-old will fight with the current UFC Women's champion Amanda Nunes to regain her bantamweight title and repossess the MMA top position once again.

Last year, Rousey faced a shocking loss to the ex-UFC champion Holly Holm at the UFC 193 after which she never entered the Octagon ring till date. Few reports stated that Rousey's no-show at various UFC events further paved the way for the rumors about her retirement. However, her upcoming match with Nunes has raised hopes that she will be back in form in no time and might also make an appearance at the WWE event.

Even though the speculations about Rousey's appearance at the WWE wrestling event are on the rise, as of now, there is no official confirmation about the same. So, these rumors should be taken with a grain of salt.

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