Ronda Rousey says she will return to wrestling

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Ever since WrestleMania XXXI back in March, the rumours about next years event have already started and there are some interesting ones.

After both Sting and the Undertaker were in action in San Francisco, many have asked if we will see the match that fans have wanted to see for decades next year in Texas.

It has already been confirmed by the man himself that Texas native Stone Cold Steve Austin will be at WrestleMania XXXII in some form.

There have also been rumours of a long overdue rematch between Brock Lesnar and the Rock over 13 years since their first clash.

The biggest rumours however have been around UFC Women's champion Ronda Rousey who was also in attendance at Levi's Stadium just over a month ago.

Many have wondered if Rousey will be at WrestleMania XXXII and perhaps even build up a rivalry with Stephanie McMahon.

However UFC President Dana White had recently dismissed the claims saying that it isn't even a possibility, but the woman herself has now spoken.

Rousey's comments certainly haven't supported the claims made by White and have more than kept the door open for a return to the WWE.

"“He said you never retire from wrestling, you just step away for a while and then it draws you back sometime later. Now that I’ve started, it’s apparently impossible to retire. Some day I will find my way back there. I don’t know how or when, but I know it’s going to happen."

Speaking about some advice she got from an unnamed wrestling legend, Rousey has declared that she will return to the squared circle...... one day.

WWE fans probably shouldn't raise their hopes of seeing Rousey back in the ring any time soon but you just never know what will happen in the WWE.

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