Ronda Rousey I'll Be Pregnant Soon

Ronda Rousey I'll Be Pregnant Soon

Ronda Rousey I'll Be Pregnant Soon

Regarding her match with RAW Women's Champion Nia Jax at the June 17th WWE Money In the Bank pay-per-view, Rousey says Nia's challenge is going to backfire on her.

The former UFC women's bantamweight champion has been married to fellow fighter Travis Browne for nearly a year and made it clear she wants kids in the near future.

Rousey made the move to WWE in 2018 after a years-long career as a UFC fighter.

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Rousey's mat-wrestling skills are off the charts, and here's hoping we get to see more of her technical prowess at Money In The Bank next month.

According to WKBW in Buffalo, via Ringside News, Rousey will make her in-ring debut on Raw on July 16 at the KeyBank Center in Buffalo.

With Ronda challenging for the RAW Women's Championship against Nia Jax at the upcoming Money in the Bank event, the belief is that she would be working more on television if they do decide to put the title on her.

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"Soon, someday soon", Rousey told TMZ cameras in New York City. "I only had one match!"

If the 31-year-old athlete were to get pregnant anytime soon it would probably derail the plans that the WWE has in store for her.

"I don't know yet", she added. Rousey repeatedly said prior to WrestleMania that she didn't want to receive special treatment, and a title match in her singles debut is hardly ordinary.

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