Will Ronda Rousey's dinner with Triple H progress to WWE ring?
Wrestling fans are stirred about the possibility of MMA star Ronda Rousey venturing into a WWE ring.
They saw more fuel added to that fire Tuesday when Rousey was seen eating in Los Angeles with Paul Levesque, otherwise called wrestling legend Triple H, who has taken his gifts from the ring to the WWE official office.
While Triple H wouldn't detail what the two battle symbols talked about at supper, he talked with the Associated Press on Wednesday about supper meeting.
"We don't have anything to declare as of now. However, she's a gigantic fanatic of what we do and she's amazingly keen on what we do and the open doors that lie there.
We're devotees of hers and fantastically keen on what those open doors could be with us. In any case, there's a ton of things to stroll through. We're talking. We're having discussions."
Rousey, when drawn nearer by TMZ Tuesday, was more tight-lipped.
"I truly appreciate fine eating."
Rousey told TMZ while forgetting about inquiries from a journalist squeezing her for the scoop.
Rousey has remained to a great extent out of the spotlight since her last UFC battle, a December 2016 misfortune to Amanda Nunes. It was her second misfortune in a row after Holly Holm conveyed a shocking knockout with her left foot that gave Rousey her first UFC misfortune and disintegrated her air of strength in November 2015.
While Rousey hasn't authoritatively resigned from MMA battling, it's generally accepted that she won't come back to the Octagon, conclusions resounded by UFC President Dana White in November.
"She's accomplished everything she's needed to do, she's made a [expletive]-heap of cash, and now she really needs to have an existence," White enlightened journalists when solicited regarding his insight from Rousey's designs.
Many signs point to her having an existence in the wrestling ring, which appears an easy decision for the two gatherings, accepting that Rousey needs to stay aware of the physical rigours of expert wrestling.
It is clear that the WWE would be glad to have her on board.
"We are conversing with Ronda, as we've been for some time," Triple H told AP. "She has a great number of things going on. Be that as it may, we have an extraordinary association with her, a well disposed point of view for a drawn out stretch of time now."
Presently we simply seem, by all accounts, to be looking out for whether Rousey is not kidding about giving wrestling fans what they need.
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