Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women’s Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has been spending more time ringside than cageside over the last year, taking to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) shows to support her friend and training partner, Shayna Baszler, all while taking the opportunity to cut a few promos. As a result, fans have speculated that Rousey’s next step in her career will be to make a transition into the professional wrestling world, leaving mixed martial arts (MMA) behind for good.
And to no one’s surprise, “Rowdy” already has established wrestling veterans eager to welcome her into the squared circle, as former WWE women’s title holder Charlotte Flair recently called out Ronda for a showdown on the biggest stage of them all: Wrestlemania.
“I hopes so. I think it’s probably WWE’s decision and Ronda’s decision. I am all in,” proclaimed Charlotte during a recent interview promotion her new book on ESPN.
Still, Flair recently advised fight fans to lower their expectations for Rousey when and if she makes her transition into WWE because will take years of training and experience before she reaches elite-level status.
Therefore, if Rousey wants to debut at Wrestlemania 34, she will have to hit the training room hard, as the massive event is set to go down April 8, 2018, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Rousey, however, has already gotten a taste of the spectacle that is Wrestlemania, which you can see here.