It’s no secret that the WWE would love to work with the UFC’s Ronda Rousey again, following her epic WrestleMania appearance last year when she stood alongside The Rock to take out Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.
The two organisations aren’t strangers to doing business.
Following Rousey’s appearance, we had Brock Lesnar compete at UFC 200, defeating Mark Hunt while the company also provided footage to hype up CM Punk’s disastrous Octagon debut.
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While there are rumours that Conor McGregor will be interested in working with Vince McMahon and his company, they’re still chasing Rousey for a huge match in Orlando next year.
CageSideSeats are reporting that should the WWE be able to work something out with UFC president Dana White, the plans are to have her work opposite current Raw Women’s Champion, Charlotte Flair.
Both women are at the top of their game right now, Rousey is arguably still the UFC’s biggest draw – perhaps just behind McGregor – and has the chance to reclaim her bantamweight championship when she takes on Amanda Nunes next month at UFC 207.
CHARLOTTE VS. ROUSEY
In McMahon’s company, Charlotte is already the champion and boasts an incredible pay-per-view record, and rumours have suggested she’ll be successfully defending the gold every month for quite some time.
Stephanie McMahon has remained vocal about the role Rousey has played in the women’s revolution outside of the WWE, and with Rousey being a massive fan, there’s probably very little that can stop her from appearing – or even competing – in the squared circle next year.
If Rousey can reclaim her title from Nunes in Las Vegas, and Charlotte continues to retain her championship, despite threats in the form of Sasha Banks, and Bayley; a champion vs. champion match between the two organisations could be the best way to promote a potential clash.
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