Triple H Downplays Rumors Of Ronda Rousey's Involvement With WWE

Triple H Downplays Rumors Of Ronda Rousey's Involvement With WWE

The WWE COO was interviewed by CBS Sports' In This Corner podcast and gave his opinion on the possible move by the former UFC champion. "She was like a little kid after every break there would be when I would talk to her-like a little kid". This time, however, at the peak of her popularity as UFC champion, Rousey jumped the barricade and joined The Rock in taking out Levesque and his real-life wife Stephanie McMahon. First being shown as part of the live crowd at Wrestlemania 31 and more recently attending the tapings for the Mae Young Classic, it is safe to say that she's certainly a fan of the product and rumours have floated for well over two years that she may be bringing that passion into the squared circle. Unsure. What does that mean down the line? "I see her in a WrestleMania someday", he told TMZ Sports.

In short, Triple H is unsure of what "Rowdy" has planned moving forward. A confrontation between both groups was briefly teased during last month's Mae Young Classic tapings, setting off rumors WWE might want to put both women's factions in a rivalry against each other. He reiterates that he is all about creating opportunities and that will eventually fall into place once Rousey gets her act back on track. She was ostensibly on hand to cheer for her friend Shayna Baszler, a former UFC fighter competing in the tournament, but her presence sparked renewed speculation that she herself might be close to joining the action.

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

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Levesque added that while he knows Rousey is busy and is focused on her upcoming wedding, he'd be happy to facilitate a professional relationship with WWE. She said, 'I have never allowed myself to even hear it when I fight.' She can't.

Ronda Rousey is one of the biggest draws in the history of the UFC. "Ronda had this aura of invincibility that we've never seen before". "It was the most awesome stuff she had felt and heard".

Rousey, of course, is now semi-retired (depending on who you ask) and in her last two bouts, she suffered a pair of the most brutal KO finishes in UFC history but when she was at her finest, few would argue that her elite-level Judo and frankly terrifying armbars made her easily one of the most powerful forces in the history of mixed martial arts.

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