With her UFC career appearing to be over, it makes sense that Rousey might look into a stint with the WWE. What has helped fuel speculation is that, along with Baszler, the other members of Rousey's "Four Horsewomen" have all entered the pro wrestling business in some form.
In short, Triple H is unsure of what "Rowdy" has planned moving forward.
"I don't know that I ever once looked out at the crowd and saw her without this ear-to-ear grin on her face".
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.
"I think (Rousey) is in a transitional period in her life and is in a great place".
If you also consider the Ronda Rousey WWE debut rumors, as well as Shayna Baszler's inclusion in the Mae Young Classic, all this might bode well for a potential feud between two "Four Horsewomen" factions - the MMA version, and the WWE version, which includes Charlotte Flair, Bayley, Becky Lynch, and Sasha Banks.
Triple H's comments do put up a dampener on our hopes of seeing Rousey compete in a WWE ring.
The Mae Young Classic will air exclusively on WWE Network beginning August 28.
Shafir is engaged to NXT star Roderick Strong while Baszler is now competing in the company's Mae Young Classic tournament. He is a long time sports enthusiast, very passionate about NBA, NFL, WWE and Soccer.
"There was also buzz backstage at the tournament - mainly among WWE employees and contractors - that Rousey's training would start soon", Fightful reported.
She is a professional wrestling fan.
Ronda Rousey is one of the biggest draws in the history of the UFC.
I'd love to see Ronda in a WWE ring. That's why everyone was calling Ronda our Mike Tyson because she was the most dominant athlete on the planet. It's not about entertainment and whether they are booing me or cheering me. It's about a focused one thing. Meltzer noted in this week's issue of the Wrestling Observer that former UFC women's bantamweight fighter Jessamyn Duke is also working with Kendrick.