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Backstage News On Ronda Rousey's "Inevitable" Return To WWE

Ronda Rousey went on an "impregnation vacation" after losing the Raw Women's Championship to Becky Lynch at WrestleMania 35, and fans have been wondering when we'll see the Baddest Woman on the Planet again.

Brad Shepard reported on Oh, You Didn't Know (h/t Ringside News), that Rousey's return to WWE is "inevitable," and that "her name is coming up more frequently." Shepard suggested that "unfinished business" with Lynch could set the stage for Rousey to re-appear in WWE.

After her loss to Lynch, Rousey revealed on social media that she was taking a hiatus to start a family with husband Travis Browne. Rousey had discussed the matter for a while, and WWE said in a statement back in January that her wanting to have a family "is a private matter." WWE also detailed that Rousey is under contract through April 10, 2021.

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Rousey's first year in WWE was a massive success, as she gave the company a new marketable superstar who helped build up the women's division even more. Rousey quickly got over as a top babyface, but WWE was later forced to turn her heel due to the rising popularity of Lynch.

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The former Raw Women's Champion did an excellent job in building herself up as a heel, and Rousey put on quite the match at WrestleMania 35 against Lynch and Charlotte Flair. Add it all up, and it's impossible to envision WWE and Rousey not wanting to resume their working relationship.

It remains to be seen when Rousey will return to WWE, although Sportskeeda recently reported that she could come back sooner than originally planned in order to start working with legendary manager Paul Heyman. The latter recently took over as the new Executive Director of Monday Night Raw, and Heyman could no doubt use Rousey in rebuilding the product his way.

What This Means

There was a report that WWE was hoping to have Rousey back for Survivor Series this year, but that remains to be seen. It's truly anybody's guess when we'll see Rousey back in WWE, but it's only be a matter of time.

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