Ronda Rousey Doesn't Close Door on UFC Return…But It's Almost Shut

Shinsuke Nakamura will challenge for the WWE title

Shinsuke Nakamura will challenge for the WWE title

Ronda Rousey appeared on Ellen this morning to discuss her transition from the UFC to pro wrestling.

One of the topics that came up was a potential return to mixed martial arts, but don't expect to be seeing the former UFC women's bantamweight champion in the Octagon anytime soon. But, now that it's 2018, and because Rousey's signed with the WWE, the consensus seems to be that her fighting career is over.

When asked if she would eventually go back to the UFC, she said that she didn't know and it would be like returning to the Olympics for judo. No one demanded a written resignation from me for judo, and I don't think the same thing is necessary for fighting, and I'm just doing what I enjoy.

Rousey is unsure if she wants to go back to the UFC as she's enjoying WWE right now.

Rousey's last two UFC appearances ended with back-to-back knockouts.

In another first for the women's division, WWE announced the first-ever Fabulous Moolah Memorial Battle Royal for WrestleMania for women superstars on the line of the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal. Josh is now a member of the FWAA and USBWA.

A number of very high-profile matches have sprung up with The Road to WrestleMania barely a month away. Stephanie apologized, but then Triple H sucker punched Angle. Unfortunately, the WWE strangely didn't include Rousey nor any of the other big names that were advertised. "When I was swimmer, I was alone".

"I can't think of the last time I was so excited for anything", Rousey said of her upcoming match. When I did judo, I was alone.

"Let me just say, you've got my word on it. Everyone's trying to work together to make it as great as possible". "The worst thing that can happen is I'll look stupid, which is not the worst thing that could really happen".