As the match concluded, Asuka - the victor of the inaugural women's Rumble - stood in the center of the ring eyeing up champions Charlotte and Alexa Bliss and debating which of them she could potentially challenge at WrestleMania. Rousey appeared just after Asuka was announced as the victor, confirming that she's now a WWE wrestler and will likely make her professional debut at WrestleMania.
Rousey surprised her audience when she came out wearing a leather jacket with a "Hot Rod" t-shirt in the same font as WWE legend "Rowdy" Roddy Piper's.
While several wrestlers like John Cena have managed to juggle a full-time wrestling schedule along with a growing movie career, it's unlikely Rousey will commit to any new film projects while jumping head-first into the world of sports entertainment. "This is not a smash-and-grab, also not a publicity stunt".
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When I first met Triple H, I told him there are other things, I can do with my time, that make way more money, but I wont enjoy it almost as much.
According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, via Rajah, WWE's current plans for Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 34 are to have her in a mixed tag team match alongside an unknown partner against Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. The first-ever UFC women's bantamweight champion wrapped up her career in the Octagon on December 30, 2016 after a knockout loss to Amanda Nunes.
While this union was months in the making, Rousey's involvement on the PPV only became clear 10 minutes before she fronted the sold out arena. She revealed how hard it was to keep the WWE signing and her appearance a secret.
"This is my life now", Rousey told ESPN. She's still feeling the buzz, saying she's going through a rare moment of speechlessness. She won five of her first six fights in the UFC in the first round, with four of those fights lasting 1:06 or less en route to becoming UFC's women's bantamweight champion. She defended her title against Liz in February 2013, at UFC 157. "I wouldn't want it to happen", White said.
"I never retired from Judo, so if that's what you guys want to think".