Ronda Rousey Says She Won't Be At Royal Rumble

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They've stated that everyone involved in the Women's Royal Rumble match wants to know if Ronda Rousey will be debuting at the Royal Rumble and possibly winning the match.

Many WWE fans might see this as an indication that this Sunday at the Royal Rumble in Philadelphia, The Empress of Tomorrow is going to be winning the first-ever Women's Royal Rumble match and will go on to have a Women's Championship match at WrestleMania 34.

Rousey shut down the speculation in an interview with TMZ Sports, saying, "I'm actually leaving to Colombia right now to finish shooting Mile 22 and I won't be back until mid-February".

That being said, neither Rousey nor WWE would likely announce anything about her signing with the organization much less confirm when her first appearance would take place.

Rousey's appearances in WWE and her recent dinner with Triple H has convinced many that there is a deal in place and Rousey's debut on WWE programming is inevitable. We're fans of hers and incredibly interested in what those opportunities could be with us.

As Levesque explained, this is not a sudden flight of fancy for Rousey.

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In the video, the group is confronted by WWE "Four Horsewomen" members Bayley, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair. She's been training for this for a long time. Brock Lesnar in the main event of WrestleMania always works.

Baszler, who is now set to face Ember Moon for the NXT Women's championship at TakeOver: Philadelphia, has already made a successful transition to the squared circle while the other three Horsewomen, including Rousey, have been rumored to follow suit. The company had previously referred former Total Divas star Eva Marie - who was officially released last month - to Kendrick.

"Regardless of what anyone's said, no pen to paper for me", Rousey said.

Having spoken to the 30-year-old about making the move, Levesque expects Rousey to join the wrestling world as a full-time competitor once a deal is struck.

"If she does this, she likes this to the point where I think it would be tough for her not to be all-in", Levesque said.

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