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Will Ronda Rousey be at Wrestlemania 32?

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After UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey made a surprise appearance at Wrestlemania 31 in Levi Stadium many fans and pundits speculated if she would join WWE full time at some point. Since the appearance Ronda has done what she has done best and beat people up and defend her title to raise her stock even higher than it already is. Then very recently Ronda proclaimed how one day she would love to be WWE Diva’s Champion and also how she’d like to retire from the UFC in the very near future. She went on record to say how she only wants to fight for 2-3 more years.

Jim Ross has weighed in on UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey’s desire to become pro wrestler and win the WWE Divas Championship.

Below is what J.R. had to say on the latest edition if Ross Report:

“Ronda Rousey and her camp, influenced by The Rock, are strategic in their thinking. Rousey has a huge payday awaiting her for a WrestleMania story line down the road and they know it. No one ever makes too much money, plus RR knows that she can’t be unbreakable forever inside the Octagon. It was timely of Charlotte to stand her ground and respond to Ronda recently but I would rather see RR versus a heel specifically Stephanie McMahon as I feel that’s the money. Plus, do you really want Ronda Rousey going for the WWE Divas Title? Is Rousey a Diva? Is the term Diva still relevant? In any event, Ronda Rousey in a hot, personal issue interests me more than her going for the title at this time. The question is can Rousey and WWE come together for something BIG for the Texas WrestleMania?”

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