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Backstage News On Rumors Of A Ronda Rousey Super Fight

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There has been ongoing speculation surrounding Ronda Rousey’s potential return to the UFC, particularly for the much-anticipated UFC 300 PPV event in April 2024.

In a recent conversation with Sports Illustrated, UFC President Dana White hinted at a surprise super fight for UFC 300, refraining from providing details but ruling out McGregor’s participation.

This led to rampant speculation on social media, with fans suggesting that the UFC might have offered Rousey a substantial sum for a trilogy bout against Miesha Tate, her longtime rival.

The Wrestling Observer addressed White’s tease and provided insights into Rousey’s stance. Rousey’s representatives have communicated that she is not inclined to return to fighting:

“This has led to talk of Ronda Rousey vs. Miesha Tate going around, although everything we’ve heard from the Rousey side is that she is not interested in fighting again and was looking to have another child.”

Rousey’s last UFC appearances were marked by back-to-back losses. Firstly, she suffered a knockout defeat at the hands of Holly Holm at UFC 193 in November 2015, losing her UFC Women’s Bantamweight Title.

Subsequently, in her next bout at UFC 207 in December 2016, she faced a 48-second TKO loss to Amanda Nunes.

Despite the ongoing speculation, it appears that Rousey’s focus may be on pursuits outside the octagon, including the possibility of expanding her family.

After leaving WWE after her loss to Shayna Baszler at SummerSlam 2023, Rousey wrestled a match in ROH.

TMZ asked Ronda if she’ll wrestle in AEW after recent ROH debut. Rousey said:

“No, no, I don’t think so. Just trying to be home with the family and be a full-time mom.”

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