Ronda Rousey looks set to be leaving WWE after WrestleMania as she's advertised for just one show

Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey is seemingly under-fire from WWE for her recent Twitter spat with Becky Lynch after she used a bunch of non-PG language.

It likely won't be enough to make the company strip her of any responsibilities but the fans are quickly beginning to turn on her after her kayfabe-breaking comments.

There were strong rumours back in January that Rousey was going to be leaving the WWE following WrestleMania 35, where she's set to main event against Charlotte Flair and potentially Lynch in a Triple Threat match.

Dave Meltzer indicated that 'people thought it was the logical end to her run' with the company, but Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet stated it would only be a temporary departure as she may want to start a family.

Rousey responded to those rumours by not denying the rumours but merely saying it was no-one else's business, after WWE issued a statement saying she was under contract until 2021.

Vince McMahon was also non-committal when asked about her future last month, but praised her abilities inside and outside the ring.

WWE may have let the cat out of the bag though when it's come to advertising their events after 'Mania.

Apart from the episode of Monday Night Raw the evening after WM35, Rousey isn't advertised for any planned events going forward.

Ronda Rousey could be leaving WWE after she's been advertised for no events following the Raw after WrestleMania

That would indicate a departure from the ring for the foreseeable future, and considering the name value she brings to the brand it would be a big loss no matter if it's temporary or permanent.

Many expect Lynch to walk out of the event as the champion, whether that means Rousey will take a pin-fall or tap out remains to be seen.

You can't blame Ronda for wanting to leave to start a family though. She is now 32 years old and may see it as the perfect time to step away for a while.

But you get the feeling that she may be booed out of the Metlife Stadium, not just because of her recent Twitter posts towards Lynch but the general fact that the Lasskicker is so popular that they're going to boo anyone who crosses paths with her.

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