Ronda Rousey is taking a WWE hiatus to start a family

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Ronda Rousey has not been seen in the WWE since losing the Raw Women's Championship to Becky Lynch in the main event of WrestleMania 35.

Many fans will know that Rowdy was scheduled to take some time off from the WWE following WrestleMania, and they will also know that she broke her hand during the match at The Showcase of Immortals as well.

Fans might know about the speculation that the former UFC Fighter wants to start a family, and therefore would need time off from the WWE in order to do so.

According to ESPN, and possibly Rousey herself on Instagram, this is exactly what she is planning on doing during her time away from the squared circle.

The former Raw Women's Champion posted a picture of herself and her husband, Travis Browne, kissing with the caption '#impregnationvacation'.

While this isn't exactly confirmation that Ronda is starting a family, ESPN has reported that their sources have told their own Ramona Shelburne that Ronda is indeed starting a family.

During an interview with Shelburne earlier this year, Rousey expressed her desire to start a family.

She said: "I've not kept it a secret that I would definitely want to start a family. But how do you go about doing that? I love this way more than I thought that I would.

"So do you just keep going until you just happen to get pregnant? Or should you stop and go try and get pregnant?


"Or is going and trying to get pregnant putting yourself on the spot and then you're less likely to get pregnant? I've never had a baby before, I don't know these kinds of things.

"It would be kind of cool to just keep acting and then one day, 'Hey, surprise twist, I'm pregnant.' That would be fun. There's a lot of things up in the air.

"A lot of decisions that we've gotta make as a family. I'm trying to figure it out as I go along."


Rousey was part of the Winner Takes All triple threat main event between herself, Lynch, and Charlotte Flair for the Raw and SmackDown Women's Championships, the first-ever women's main event of WrestleMania.

Considering how well her first year in WWE went, it's not surprising to hear that the company is hopeful she'll return later this year or early in 2020.


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