WWE: Ronda Rousey wants to fight at Wrestlemania

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UFC Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey has revealed that she has every intention to compete at Wrestlemania in her career.

The martial arts expert is not expected to compete at this year's event, which is on April 6th, but it's understood that she will definitely be up for the 2015 event.

Rousey is a huge star in mixed martial arts, and she is set to be taking on Hollywood in the near future, with many of her projects either set to be released or due to be filmed.

Nicknamed 'Rowdy', she is a fanatical fan of the WWE, with her nickname coming from Roddy Piper.

Last week, she and her roommate, UFC fighter Shayna Baszler, posted a video of the two wrestling in the ring.

Naturally, the rumor mill went into complete overdrive, and according to TMZ Sports she would be overjoyed at an invitation to the 2015 Wrestlemania.

"Sources close to Ronda say she's busy with movies and real fighting ... but if WWE honchos wanted to make it happen they can get the ball rolling by hiring her crew -- the Four Horsewomen -- Baszler, Marina Shafir and Jessamyn Duke," TMZ reported.

"We're told the fighter is saying WrestleMania XXX in New Orleans next month would be out of the question ... but if the WWE is interested, she'd be down to make it happen at next year's event in SF."


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