Ronda Rousey lost her two most recent bouts in the UFC's Octagon, succumbing to knockouts dealt by Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes, the latter of whom now owns the UFC women's bantamweight title. Her response was that she never said that. Still, it's no secret that Rousey has not been interested in addressing the end of her Octagon tenure, when she suffered knockout losses to Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes. She says there a lot of people who have devoted their lives to WWE and so she understands why they're wary of her, but she's working hard. Another intriguing part of Rousey's big debut was how would WWE plan this out, how would they cash in on Rousey star power and make it a Wrestlemania spectacle, and that could not have been achieved by pitting her against someone from the women's division.
He then tried to rephrase and clarify the question, but he only made it worse, asking, "there's a possibility that you could go back in time?".
"Well thank you for defending me, I appreciate that."That's your question to me?
Still, the minute someone asks her about how it all ended, her defenses go up. "Go back in the octagon".
Rousey clearly thought she was going to talk about WrestleMania, and hitting people with chairs and whatnot.
In that case, dear readers, it was nice knowing you and I, for one, welcome our future robot overlords. UFC won't have her start fighting the non-contenders which is where she belongs. It was her catapult to the WWE, literally the only reason she managed to enter that whole world at the level that she has, despite no prior experience in it.