Updated 04:58 AM EST, Sun, Dec 05, 2021

Should Ronda Rousey Return to WWE? Why Alliance With ‘The Rock’ is Deadly

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With her appearance at WrestleMania 31 on Sunday, UFC female bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey made her fans curious if she will soon return to the WWE.

The speculation became stronger when she posted a photo of her and The Rock on her Twitter page with the caption "The night: Historic. The moment: Electric. The Rock, Ronda & the WWE Universe: Magic. We're just getting started."

The last part of her statement definitely made the fans think of her plans to go back and play for the WWE again.

Meanwhile, The Rock also hinted something with his Instagram post saying "My brilliant (and bad ass) partner @UFC World Champ @rondarousey Very cool and honored to have created such an electric and historic #WrestleMania moment. Incredible to witness her connect with and inspire our awesome #WWEUniverse record breaking crowd. #IBuiltTheMoment #SheDeliveredTheMagic #RockAndRousey9000 #WereJustGettingStarted."

During WrestleMania 31, Yahoo Sports said Rousey partnered with The Rock in a segment where they faced Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. It added that The Rock interrupted Triple H and McMahon while they were berating the crowd, prompting McMahon to slap The Rock on the face and ask him to leave the ring.

When The Rock went around ringside, he came across Rousey who jumped and followed the former into the ring while the people shouted "Ronda's going to kill you."

"The Rock would never hit a woman. But I have a very good friend who would be happy to," he addressed the crowd.

McMahon then said that she and Ronda are friends and that she is also a big fan of the UFC fighter, Wrestling Inc. added. But the UFC champ still taught McMahon a lesson she won't forget.

The scene was followed by a verbal tussle and fighting between Triple H and The Rock which set up for the UFC female fighter to throw Triple H out of the ring with a judo toss.

With their exciting and amazing tag-team appearance, FanSided said Rousey and The Rock could pair up again in next year's WrestleMania 32 in Dallas then "take over the world."

It added that Rousey may be returning soon to the WWE as her career in the UFC is not expected to last forever.

"But she has such potential beyond the Octagon that it's hard to see her not capitalizing anyway that she can," FanSided added.

The UFC female bantamweight champion seems to be following the same career trajectory as The Rock, the news outlet observed, citing Ronda's stellar career in the octagon and her attempts to be known in the movie industry.

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