Stephanie McMahon desperate to sign Ronda Rousey for WWE

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UFC star Ronda Rousey is just a eight weeks away from making her long-awaited return to the octagon after over a year away since her shock defeat to Holly Holm.

The 29-year-old will be fighting Amanda Nunes on December 30 at UFC 207, and it could get a larger audience than normal.

Not only is it Rousey's return to the octagon, but it could also be one of her last ever fights. Earlier this week, the UFC star admitted that she is considering retirement from UFC and also revealed that the Nunes fight will be one of her last.


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Rousey has been a huge asset to UFC over the years, dominating her way to a 12-0 record up until her shock defeat to Holm, and even Dana White admitted that she's a bigger star than Conor McGregor.

However, UFC might have to start planning for a future without Rousey, which could be surprisingly good news for a certain WWE.

Rousey has already made her WWE bow before, debuting at a WrestleMania alongside The Rock. The UFC star succeeded in taking down Triple H, and then hit her famous armbar on Stephanie McMahon.

Ever since that brief cameo, Rousey has been linked with completing a full-time move to WWE, and now that her UFC days are nearly over, that could quickly become a reality.

In fact, McMahon has already been asked if she'd like to sign Rousey up once her UFC contract expires.

When approached by TMZ, McMahon replied with: “God, I certainly hope so.”

That wasn't all though, she also hinted at having a match with her herself, adding: “I have to get her back after she put me in that armbar.”

So, although Rousey's days may be coming to an end in the octagon, she could be on her way to a future in the squared circle.

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