After her recent one-off appearance, Ronda Rousey is not looking for a role in AEW or Ring of Honor.
The UFC Hall of Famer spoke with TMZ Sports and stated that she didn’t expect to be joining AEW and is focusing on “trying to be home with the family and be a full-time mom.”
Rousey teamed with Marina Shafir against ROH Women’s Champion Athena & Billie Starkz at a Pro Wrestling Revolver show on November 16 and had an unadvertised rematch the following night at the Kia Forum in L.A. during the ROH tapings.
Rousey completed her agreement with WWE after wrestling Shayna Baszler at SummerSlam this past August at Ford Field in Detroit.
The fighter transitioned to WWE in 2018 one year after her final UFC fight at UFC 207 in December 2016 where she lost to Amanda Nunes.