Ronda Rousey Not Expected To Make Full-Time Return To Pro Wrestling
Rousey is not expected to ink a full-time deal with any wrestling company.
Though Ronda Rousey has shown up a few places since leaving WWE in the summer, the UFC Hall of Famer is not expected to make a full-time return to professional wrestling.
Speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer brought up the fact that Rousey left the business due to family reasons and would not be looking to commit to a full-time schedule.
Meltzer did note, however, that AEW would "use her anytime" if she did want to work more.
As well as doing a couple of matches on the indies for Lucha VaVoom and Sami Callihan's Wrestling REVOLVER, Ronda made a surprise appearance at last week's Ring of Honor tapings (where she teamed with Marina Shafir to defeat ROH Women's Champion Athena and Billie Starkz).
A subsequent report stated that Rousey had not signed a deal with ROH/AEW and was working on a handshake agreement with Tony Khan.
Khan left the door open for the 36-year-old to return when it is convenient, saying that he would "love" to have her back.