WWE executive Triple H was a guest on ESPN last week and made it clear that he would give UFC star Ronda Rousey a chance to compete in the WWE if that's what she wants to do now when her MMA career is finished. Triple H even went as far to say that he spoke with Rousey recently about her possibly joining the WWE.
Now, it looks like Rousey is already in the midst of some WWE drama.
WWE's Mae Youg Classic Facebook page posted a video of Rousey and her crew of Marina Shafir and Jessamyn Duke being interviewed about the progress of Shayna Bazler. During the interview, Bayley, Charlotte, and Becky Lynn walked up to Rousey and her crew. Once that happened both sides stared through one another.
Rousey challenged the WWE's Four Horsewomen by saying,"You name the time, you name the place." Bayley, Charlotte and Becky Lynn just looked Rousey up and down and walked away without saying anything.
You can watch the video below.
WWE Mae Young Classic Exclusive: Four Horsewomen Encounter
EXCLUSIVE: A heated confrontation of "Horsewomen" took place behind the scenes at the WWE Mae Young Classic!Posted by WWE Mae Young Classic on Monday, September 4, 2017
There was a rumor that the WWE might go with a Horsewomen vs. Horsewomen feud. It looks that's the plan going forward with Rousey's days with the UFC likely over. Rousey last fought an MMA match against Amanda Nunes in December 2016 for the UFC women’s bantamweight title at UFC 207. She lost the fight, which has led to many people—including UFC president Dane White—saying that her career in MMA is likely over.
Rousey was a heck of an MMA fighter during her prime, but she's lost her last two fights, so it could be the perfect time for her to change careers. The WWE will allow Rousey to build her brand back up while using some of her mixed martial arts skills that she's learned over the years. It's going to be very interesting to see how Rousey transitions and develops as a WWE wrestler. As well as what kind of character Vince McMahon wants to create with her.
Will Rousey be a heel or a fan favorite? That's one question that we're looking forward to watching play out.
Comment below and tell us how you think Rousey will do as a WWE wrestler as she transitions from the UFC.