It's been a while since we've heard from UFC superstar Ronda Rousey since her morale-deflating loss late last year and it looks like she might actually make a shift to the world of pro wrestling soon, according to a veteran wrestling announcer.
Rousey started her spectacular career in the UFC with a 12-win streak, propeling her career to its peak and also giving her the opportunity to land some major acting roles in Hollywood.
However, it was all downhill from there after suffered her first loss to Holly Holm at UFC 193. She returned at UFC 207 supposedly to reclaim what she felt was hers, but was knocked out by Amanda Nunes in the first round.
Ross’ statement isn't as far-fetched as you think. Rousey is actually a huge pro wrestling fan herself and has even appeared at WrestleMania 31 with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson to go against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.
Besides, Rousey isn't the only sports personality who’ve been lured into the world of pro wrestling. Here are others who also appeared in entertainment sports.
Money might be getting a lot of hype right now for his upcoming fight with Conor McGregor this month, but back in the day, he actually made an appearance on WWE to knock the lights out of Big Show.
What do Shaq and Floyd have in common? The Big Show. Aside from Floyd, he also has beef with Shaq—at least inside the ring. They're actually good friends in reality.
The Baddest Man on the Planet is arguably the deadliest heavyweight in recent boxing history with his hard-hitting combinations that are known to knock out even the toughest veteran fighters within seconds. He's had his brushes with the pro wrestling ring where he usually double crosses and knocks out his allies.