Ronda Rousey’s WWE Future Could Be Materializing
July 13, 2017 - WWE
It’s been roughly 8 months given Ronda Rousey final seemed in a UFC’s Octagon, though her latest open coming will positively fuel rumors about her subsequent career move.
On Thursday, a WWE tweeted a video of Rousey nearing during Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida to attend a Mae Young Classic. The MYC, that is named after one of a many mythological womanlike veteran wrestlers in history, is a 32-competitor, all-female contest a WWE is conducting on Jul 13, 14 with a final scheduled for Sep 12.
The participants will come from a WWE NXT code and a eccentric circuit. Here’s a demeanour during a video display Rousey being greeted by WWE COO Triple H and wrestler Natalya.
— WWE (@WWE) July 13, 2017
Many, including UFC President Dana White, trust Rousey’s MMA career is substantially over after dual abrasive waste during a hands of Holly Holm and reigning champion Amanda Nunes. Rousey has prolonged avowed her adore for veteran wrestling and the enterprise to one day be a partial of a WWE. She even appeared during WrestleMania 31.
She would clearly be a ideal fit for a business. She’d come to a WWE with large recognition and proven athleticism and toughness to sell her persona.
It’s probable this could be a commencement of an angle with a WWE that could put her in a module with an up-and-comer or determined star. If fans weren’t meddlesome in a MYC before, chances are a intensity Rousey spotting will roughly positively lift a event’s appeal.
Stay tuned for what could be vital news for a MMA and veteran wrestling world.