With her UFC career appearing to be over, it makes sense that Rousey might look into a stint with the WWE.
Despite a report that Rousey was set to begin pro wrestling training with a current WWE superstar, Levesque said that no further conversations have taken place.
Ronda Rousey is not completely sure about her future in the WWE according to Triple H. The WWE executive was speaking to CBS Sports during an interview for the "In This Corner" podcast and threw water at the prospect of seeing the former UFC champion in the WWE. Look, she has got a lot going on, but I'm all about creating opportunities.
Levesque added that while he knows Rousey is busy and is focused on her upcoming wedding, he'd be happy to facilitate a professional relationship with WWE.
Shafir is engaged to NXT star Roderick Strong while Baszler is now competing in the company's Mae Young Classic tournament.
The Mae Young Classic will air exclusively on WWE Network beginning August 28.
There is no promise that Rousey will continue her competitive side for now in the WWE or even the UFC. After sitting in the front row at SummerSlam in 2014 along with her "Four Horsewomen", she did the same one year later at WrestleMania 31. UFC top brass Dana White believes that Rousey's time in the Octagon may be over, feeling the former champion will pursue her dreams of putting up a family.
"Our Tyson was Ronda (Rousey), man. Ronda had this aura of invincibility that we've never seen before".
For many, the obvious - or even expected answer would have been a ferocious knockout artist like a Chuck Liddell, a "Rumble" Johnson or even a Conor McGregor, but when pushed on the subject, White was adamant that only one fighter brought a touch of Tyson to the table and if I'm honest, his answer might surprise you. That's why everyone was calling Ronda our Mike Tyson because she was the most dominant athlete on the planet.
Yankees place Masahiro Tanaka on the 10-day DL with shoulder inflammation
The Yankees also announced Saturday they have recalled right-hander Giovanny Gallegos from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. A day earlier, the playoff-contending Yankees put starter CC Sabathia on the DL because of inflammation in his right knee.