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Ronda Rousey was caught on video taking a very big meeting

12 January 2018, 09:06 | Anna Jefferson

Triple H Spotted Dining With Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey Has Dinner With Triple H; WWE Deal Could Be Close (VIDEO)

"We have nothing to announce at this time", Triple H told AP.

In her WrestleMania 31 segment, Rousey joined The Rock in confronting Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.

Rousey was once one of the most dominant forces in the UFC, but after consecutive losses to Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes, her career could be over. "But we have a great relationship with her, a very friendly standpoint for a long period of time now".

Rousey, a Bronze Medalist in Judo at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, wrapped up her career in mixed martial arts after a humiliating loss to Amanda Nunes on December 30, 2016. "We're talking. We're having conversations". Rousey and The People's Champion threw The Game out of the ring, before the UFC star locked Stephanie in an arm bar. But there's a lot of things to walk through.

There have been on-and-off reports about her signing a deal with the WWE, but nothing has been confirmed.




Powell's POV: For those who missed the earlier story, Levesque, Rousey, and her agent were spotted having dinner together in Los Angeles on Tuesday night.

With the historic first-ever All-Women's Royal Rumble match set to take place later this month, Rousey is rumoured to be making her debut as a WWE Superstar in the match. She's a fascinating person and an intense, incredible athlete. With dozens of WWE legends already scheduled to make an appearance, it seems like that would be a flawless time to announce Rousey's arrival.

Furthermore, Triple H explained that Rousey is a huge fan of and interested in what the WWE does, besides also looking into the opportunities that lie in the WWE.

UFC President Dana White was on vacation and unavailable for comment. "I really enjoy fine dining".

But it's clear that the Rousey-wrestling connection appeals to WWE.



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