Charlotte invites Ronda Rousey to the WWE

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Ever since she stepped into the ring with the Rock and the Authority at WrestleMania 31, UFC star Ronda Rousey hasn't been far from the WWE headlines.

Everyone wants to see Rousey appear again at WrestleMania 32 in Arlington, Texas but this time in a competing role.

Will it ever happen?

It seems like everyone in the WWE and Rousey herself is on board with the idea, but one man who isn't is UFC President Dana White.


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White has publicly questioned the legitimacy of WWE and has repeated numerous times that there are no plans for Rousey to make a second appearance.

However the rumours won't go away and the comments of Rousey and WWE Diva's Champion Charlotte lately have just fanned the flames even more.

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Rousey recently stated a desire to be the best at everything available to her, from ending as the greatest female UFC fighter ever to becoming a champion boxer.

Also on her bucket list is to have a stint as the Diva's Champion, this however got an interesting response from the current champion.

Charlotte has been the champion since she defeated Nikki Bella at Night of Champions and is now clearly eyeing a match with a somewhat bigger fish.

If Rousey is to compete in the WWE, would Charlotte be her chosen opponent?

Ever since the events of WrestleMania, Stephanie McMahon is widely considered to be the more likely candidate to take on the UFC star.

Charlotte is seen as one of the leaders of the diva's revolution so perhaps she is the perfect candidate to offer a challenge to Rousey?

What is to come?

WrestleMania returns to Texas in 2016 for the first time since WrestleMania 25 and it looks like they are trying to make it the biggest one yet.

With rumours over retirement matches for both the Undertaker and Sting, possible returns to the ring for the Rock and even Stone Cold Steve Austin, the final match card is certainly one to look out for.

How many of those rumours will actually materialise is another question but if even one comes true, it should be a memorable show.

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