Ronda Rousey told WWE in November about her real future plans after WrestleMania 35


It's difficult to say that anyone has had a more impactful year than Ronda Rousey, especially since she burst on to the scene in a remarkable way back at WrestleMania 34.

She's kept hold of the RAW Women's Championship since Money in the Bank last year, which was another big achievement following on from her debut at the Grandest Stage of Them All where she and Kurt Angle reigned supreme over Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.


Perhaps the only negative in her career in the WWE so far is that she was unable to have the highly-anticipated match against SmackDown LIVE's Becky Lynch - another star who can argue her case for having the best year in WWE.

However, The Baddest Women on the Planet hit the headlines this week after Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter revealed that Rousey could be leaving the WWE once WrestleMania 35 is officially in the books in a couple of months.

It's been widely speculated that Rousey could go up against the likes of Charlotte Flair and The Irish Lass Kicker - while Asuka was a name doing the rounds last year.

Now, Pro Wrestling Sheet has revealed that Rousey isn't necessarily calling it quits over her WWE career after WrestleMania 35 as she initially signed a multi-year deal with the WWE. Plus, TMZ reported that Rousey isn't ready to pull the plug on her career yet either.7

According to Ringside News, Pro Wrestling Sheet reported that the WWE was well aware of Rousey potentially stepping away from the ring and taking a break from when she signed with them in the first place.


The source also went on to explain that Rousey told the WWE in November that she might want to take a break from the company and if she does take a break, she will be able to come back.

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It's being said that it was around the Survivor Series event where the WWE was told about a potential departure. However, the plans for her to take that break aren't definite and the reason she told WWE about potentially leaving when she signed was that she might want to start a family and this is something the WWE agreed to.

So, although WWE might have plans in place for Rousey right now, her potential exit means WWE will be understanding of her decision and focus their attention elsewhere.

What do you make of Ronda Rousey potentially taking a break away from WWE following WrestleMania 35? Have YOUR say in the comments section below.

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