Ever since her incredible appearance alongside the Rock at WrestleMania XXXI back in march, everyone has been wondering if we will ever see Ronda Rousey in the WWE again?
The rumours have gone back and forth ever since that night in San Francisco and big names from both WWE and UFC have shared their thoughts on the issue.
UFC President Dana White has been quoted with the opinion that Rousey won't be appearing inside the squared circle any time soon.
Meanwhile big names within the WWE have claimed that they're trying to work a deal where she can appear at WrestleMania XXXII next year.
Whilst opinions are divided on not only if but also should Rousey return to the WWE ring, one celebrity fan has had his say.
Actor David Spade who is best known for his roles in films like Grown Ups, I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry and The Emperor's New Groove, is a self confessed UFC fan.
Spade however isn't happy over the concept of Rousey competing in the WWE and he has shared his views with TMZ.
"Why would she go backwards?" - Spade on Rousey possibly going to the WWE
Clearly viewing a move to the WWE as a backwards step for Rousey, Spade didn't just stop there.
Not just showing his dislike of the choice that could one day be made by Rousey, Spade decided to go a bit further and say why he doesn't want Rousey to leave.
"She could get hurt, I mean fake wrestling is probably harder than real fighting."
Somewhat of a backhanded compliment to the stars of WWE, Spade is clearly on the side of Rousey remaining inside the octagon and staying in UFC.
Already building Mania?
Despite only being two months removed from WrestleMania, the rumours have already started ahead of next years event.
Away from Rousey, a return to the ring for the Rock is also being fantasised about especially as many believe he could have a match against Brock Lesnar.
Stone Cold Steve Austin has already confirmed that he will be at WrestleMania next year and all that is left to be revealed is just what his role will actually be.