Ronda Rousey may have dropped another hint that she is going to WWE, but she is being quite coy about confirming anything. She wouldn't want to ruin the surprise.
Rousey and her husband, UFC heavyweight Travis Browne, were asked by TMZ regarding a future in WWE. Rousey has been linked to a WWE run for a long time, as Fightful was the first to report on Rousey's pro wrestling training with current WWE superstar Brian Kendrick.
The former UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion was noncommittal answering a question about if she was going to WWE, saying that she wouldn't to ruin the surprise if she was indeed going to WWE.
"If you were a real fan, would you want to know? No, you wouldn't. My best friends that are out there (wrestling) like Shayna, I don't even want her to tell me anything because anything can happen, and I enjoy it more that way and I don't want to ruin anything," Rousey said.
As for Browne, he pulled the "never say never" line in regards to a possible run in WWE. Browne is still in the top 15 in the UFC's official heavyweight rankings, but has lost his last four fights, prompting UFC President Dana White to suggest that Browne should retire after his UFC 213 loss to Oleksiy Oliynyk.
Rousey's fellow MMA Horsewomen partner Shayna Baszler recently signed with WWE after managing to compete in the Mae Young Classic finals. Rousey was in attendance for much of the Mae Young Classic tournament, including the finals in Las Vegas.