Ronda Rousey Not Leaving WWE

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PWTorch is told this is not a done deal or a firm date, but she has been more vocal lately about her desire to have a baby as soon as after WrestleMania this year.

In an interview with ESPNW, Rousey opened fire on the reports, saying that her plans to start a family to not be subjected to such an open conversation.

Ronda Rousey is still a full-time WWE Superstar until further notice. That said, her association with WWE may have been a key to WWE signing massive new TV deals with NBC Universal and Fox network starting next fall.

However, it was recently reported that there's a good chance Ronda could be finishing up with WWE after the Show of Shows so she can take time off to start a family.

The Observer has noted on several occasions that fans shouldn't expect "Rowdy" Ronda to be a mainstay on wrestling television for years to come, as her long-term goal is settle down with her husband Travis Browne, a fellow MMA star, and start a family.

Rousey vs Nia Jax was scheduled for all of the house shows so she needed her title. Meltzer specified that Rousey would likely still have some connection to the company during this time, albeit in a different role.

Raw Women's Champion Ronda Rousey may be nearing the end of her current run with WWE.

"Sometimes I feel like I can't do it all".

Shelburne notes in the article that one source told them there are "plenty of ways for her to stay involved" should Rousey have any children. I have to pick one thing.

While Rousey is a big name who has gotten WWE into mainstream media headlines since her signing, WWE Network subscriptions have been flat, live attendance has been shaky, and TV ratings have plummeted in her time as a central figure on Raw. "We had a set timeline set, and now we aren't so sure about it because I love it so much", she said.

She then starred a few months later at WrestleMania, teaming with Kurt Angle in a mixed tag bout against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.