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What could Ronda Rousey’s plans be for her returns to WWE?

Esta week confirmed what was an open secret since leaving the company in April after WrestleMania, Ronda Rousey return to WWE and will be sooner rather than later. This was confirmed by Stephanie McMahon to journalist Ben Wignall. The Director of the WWE Brand, the most important in the world in the sport of entertainment, advanced the news with the following words:

“Definitely Ronda Rousey will return to WWE, that has been the plan from the beginning, but today we don’t know where or when .”

Ronda Rousey Return To WWE

Ronda Rousey left … to return

When Ronda Rousey left WWE in April everyone thought they knew more than anyone else and immediately took out the squad and the bevel to design the perfect plan Ronda had in mind: leave the company, start their own family and, who knows, come back one day. Those were the master lines designed by “professional journalists” who said they knew what the California woman had in mind. Ronda, knowledgeable about it, played on social networks with the news that day and day were also coming out about her current state, both in health (after the accident suffered during the filming of the 9-1-1 series that almost cost her the amputation of a finger ) as contractual with WWE.

Ronda Rousey return to WWE

We saw him again in the month of July, linked to several events on behalf of the company along with other superstars of the likes of Big Show, and now that his return seems more evident than ever, voices may come back in favor of the former UFC champion now that she has seen how she has suffered the women’s division of the company to maintain the type the rest of the year after her departure.

Ronda Rousey return to WWE

The reality is that Ronda Rousey left to rest, to take a sabbatical after the discomforts suffered at the UFC and his frantic year and a half at WWE in which he practically did not stop at home.

Where could Ronda Rousey return to WWE?

The pools have already begun for the return of Rousey and surely the WWE follower knows that one of the places preferred by many to return in a surprising way is the Royal Rumble. The PPV that is held every year at the end of January, has always had sound returns such as John Cena (2008) or Triple H (1997) and with the first appearances of superstars such as AJ Styles (2016) or the own Ronda Rousey (who did not participate but who left after finishing the first Royal Rumble in history in 2018 citing his rivals for WrestleMania).

Obviously WrestleMania is another turning point and one of great impact for a possible return of Rousey to WWE, but it seems to us more than complicated since the impact that the previous announcement of the return of Ronda would have would be much greater, in terms of marketing, than The appearance by surprise in the show itself. One thing is that he appeared in WrestleMania 30 making a cameo with The Rock when he had not yet signed with the company, and another is that he did so knowing the successful precedent he has already had, even becoming champion and starring in the main event of the major show of the world as is WrestleMania.

Ronda Rousey return to WWE

Ronda Rousey return to WWE

Finally, it is worth mentioning the return of Ronda Rousey within what would be the second entirely female PPV in history, Evolution. After the first edition held on Long Island on October 28, 2018, this year we were without such an event, but Stephanie, who has always been realistic when he has talked about the possibilities of celebrating it, has already recited and said that She is working so that tomorrow’s day there will be a second edition when she has always said that there would not be. Rousey was the protagonist of the main event that night with Nikki Bella and the second edition of Evolution could also mark the return of a Rousey Round eager to reconcile with the WWE universe. We will have to keep waiting but it seems that we are on the right track.

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