WWE: Ronda Rousey says WrestleMania 31 performance didn't go as planned

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The WWE Universe has been enamoured with Ronda Rousey since she made a shock appearance at WrestleMania 31 back at the start of the month and the female UFC star has now spoken about how things went down at Levi's Stadium.

Rousey responds 

The long-time WWE fan got her chance to share the ring with some WWE legends in the form of The Rock, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon, and, whilst it was The Rock and Rousey who came out on top, the latter revealed that things didn't all go to plan.

Speaking of her confrontation with Triple H - a coming together that brought a great reaction from the crowd - Ronda Rousey revealed that one move she fluffed the move planned to bring down the Superstar.

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"That wasn't even a throw I was planning," Rousey said of the moment she threw around HHH.

"I made it up on the spot. I pulled it out of my ass. I don't even know what that is. It was kind of awesome to see everything planned, and everything that doesn't go according to plan," she continued when speaking on the Piper's Pit podcast.

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"Everything that didn't go the way we wanted to go was way better than we even could have though of."

bitten by the bug

WrestleMania 31 was full of show stopping moments but there is no doubt that Rousey's appearance from ring side will go down in history. And, even with her choreography needing a little work, the Women's Bantamweight Champion is sure that it won't be a one time thing.

"There's no way I'm not going back in there," - Rousey on WWE experience.

"The second I left, I was thinking how I could possibly go back. I hadn't even got out of my outfit yet."

WWE potential

While Ronda Rousey and the WWE Universe are keen to see her rekindle her role in the ring there remain some stumbling blocks. Not least her current employer, the UFC.

The MMA promotion have, since WrestleMania 31, made it clear that her Levi's Stadium showing was a "one-off" and certainly don't seem keen on allowing one of their most prized stars to moonlight in the WWE.

Should they open up on the idea though and there are some exciting plans already mooted. Talk within the WWE is that those in charge plan to pit Rousey against Stephanie McMahon at WrestleMania 32 next year.

What do you think WWE fans? How did Rousey do in her WWE debut, and do you want to see her in the WWE more regularly? Let us know in the comments section below...

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