Sport Report: Ronda Rousey finalizing details of move to WWE

06:11  07 december  2017
06:11  07 december  2017 Source:   theScore

Dana White not interested in Ronda Rousey’s UFC return, but ‘she refuses to retire’

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Mixed martial arts star Ronda Rousey may be nearing an agreement to finalize her long-awaited move to WWE , USA Today 's Martin Rogers reported Wednesday via Bleacher Report . Pro Wrestling . Clash of Champions Highlights and Low Points.

According to UFC President Dana White, Ronda Rousey is not retired from mixed martial arts, despite his desire to see her walk away and enjoy the fruits of her time in the sport. USA Today tried to get WWE to comment on their report and speculation about WrestleMania 34 plans, but (of course silly

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Former UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is close to signing with WWE , USA Today reports .

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Ronda Rousey appears to be leaving mixed martial arts behind to take a chance on finding success as a sports entertainer/professional wrestler.

The former UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion is currently in the process of finalizing details to join World Wrestling Entertainment, two people close to Rousey told USA Today's Martin Rogers.

Rousey - who has spent time working out at WWE's Performance Center - last stepped inside the Octagon at UFC 207, losing a title bout via knockout in just 48 seconds to Amanda Nunes at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. This came just over a year after Rousey dropped her title to Holly Holm at UFC 193.

person smiling for the camera © Bryan Steffy / Getty Images Entertainment / Getty She recently appeared during WWE's Mae Young Classic tournament in support of her close friend and fellow Four Horsewomen member Shayna Baszler, who has also made the transition from MMA to wrestling.

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Ronda Rousey 's "imminent" move to WWE could be a major gain for wrestling , especially USA Today‘s Martin Rogers reported Wednesday that Rousey ’s move “appears to be imminent Two people close to Rousey told USA TODAY Sports that she is finalizing details of her move to WWE .

Ronda Rousey in a WWE ring is closer to happening than ever before. Citing two sources close to Rousey , USA Today's Martin Rogers reported Wednesday that the former UFC bantamweight champion is " finalizing details of her move to WWE ."

The tournament included a backstage interaction between members of MMA's Horsewomen (Rousey, Marina Shafir, and Jessamyn Duke) and WWE's Horsewomen (Charlotte, Becky Lynch, and Bayley), sparking rumors of a potential match between the two groups at WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans on April 8, 2018.

WWE did not respond when contacted by USA Today concerning Rousey competing at 'Mania.

UFC president Dana White recently said he "wouldn't want to see" Rousey return to the promotion, acknowledging how he cares for her and that she has earned enough money to never need to fight again.

That being said, Rousey hasn't officially retired, with USADA "still popping up at her house and testing her," according to White. 


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