"But it's exciting and there are a lot of interest on both sides so let's see where it goes". We had a great time.
TMZ caught up with Ronda, who was walking back to her auto with an unidentified man.
Ronda Rousey now has no plans of returning to the UFC, and while she hasn't announced her retirement from the sport of MMA, most fans and experts believe that the "Rowdy" one is done with MMA. The sports entertainment company will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of "Monday Night Raw" on January 22, with two shows slated to take place at the Manhattan Center and Barclays Center.
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Rousey and fellow UFC fighters Marina Shafir, Shayna Baszler and Jessamyn Duke were known as the Four Horsewomen - a tribute to the nefarious Ric Flair-led Four Horsemen stable of the 1980s and '90s. It would be a great get for WWE if they can sign the UFC legend to a wrestling deal.
Rousey has been installed as the bookies' favourite to win the first-ever women's Royal Rumble later this month, but she hasn't even officially announced whether she has signed with the company or not. Besides, Rousey is unlikely to work a full-time schedule in WWE, irrespective of when she debuts.
Will Ronda Rousey appear at WWE Royal Rumble?
"We have nothing to announce at this time", Triple H said.
Furthermore, Triple H explained that Rousey is a huge fan of and interested in what the WWE does, besides also looking into the opportunities that lie in the WWE. "I have made it very clear that an opportunity exists and it's just a matter of us getting together and having conversations".