Ronda Rousey And Triple H Out To Dinner, WWE Debut Imminent?

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WWE cruiserweight champion Enzo Amore said Wednesday that a potential transition from the UFC to WWE would be a major challenge for Ronda Rousey. "It was great to catch up with her", Levesque told The Associated Press in a recent interview.

The 30-year-old is a lifelong WWE fan and has been seen at many shows before, most notably alongside The Rock at WrestleMania 31 where she got physical with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. "But she's a huge fan of what we do and she's incredibly interested in what we do and the opportunities that lie there. We're talking. We're having conversations", added Levesque. On the other hand, Ronda Rousey provided a brief statement on the meeting, stating that she was just there as she enjoys fine dining.

"I think she'd translate quite well".

"She's achieved everything she's wanted to do, she's made a [expletive]-load of money, and now she actually wants to have a life", White told reporters when asked about his knowledge of Rousey's plans.

Wrestling fans are stoked about the prospect of MMA star Ronda Rousey stepping into a WWE ring.

Rousey has made appearances on WWE programming in the past, and with the announcement of the first Women's Royal Rumble for the January 28 Royal Rumble pay-per-view, she is a top candidate to win provided the company can figure out a way to sign her.

A subsequent loss to Amanda Nunes after 13 months away signalled the end of her time in the octagon and now it seems as if she's primed to join the WWE.

TMZ reports Triple H was in Los Angeles on Tuesday night while the WWE Universe was focused on Birmingham Alabama for SmackDown Live.

But it's clear that the Rousey-wrestling connection appeals to WWE.