Of late, the WWE and MMA crossover has been heavy with several names being linked between the UFC and pro wrestling's biggest company. One WWE mainstay doesn't think it's necessary, though.
Seth Rollins spoke out recently about the likes of Ronda Rousey and other current and former UFC stars making the transition to pro wrestling. Rollins isn't opposed to the idea, however.
"I think we have maybe the most talented roster of all time," the former WWE Champion said to Sky Sports. "I don't think we need anybody to help or crossover. If they want to come over to our world and have some fun then that's cool but we're happy doing our thing on our own."
We broke the news here at Fightful.com last week that former UFC Champion Ronda Rousey has been doing pro wrestling training while entertaining the idea of pursuing appearances in WWE. Rousey's former training partner Shayna Baszler has also made the jump, and will be participating in the WWE Mae Young Classic tournament.
Of course WWE also has Brock Lesnar, former UFC Heavyweight Champion who fought just last year for the UFC. Other notable MMA stars to make the jump in recent years include Matt Riddle and Josh Barnett.