Ronda Rousey's UFC career is still not over, with an impending title fight closely approaching, but that doesn't mean a second career in WWE is still a possibility, according to Triple H.
During the press conference announcing the creation of the WWE United Kingdom Championship and a January tournament to crown its inaugural champion, Triple H said he would not be surprised if the former UFC women's bantamweight champion would consider working with WWE once her MMA career is done.
"Never say never with us," Triple H said. "Ronda's done things with us in the past. She's a huge fan. She had a blast when she did it. I wouldn't be surprised at all if, as she begins to wrap up her UFC career, as she's looking to do other things, if we're a part of that conversation for her."
Rousey has been involved with WWE a couple of times in the past. She appeared, along with her four Horsewomen teammates at the 2014 SummerSlam show. She also had a segment at WrestleMania 31 where she, alongside The Rock, had a confrontation against Stephanie McMahon and Triple H that ended with Rousey doing a Judo throw on Triple H and putting a hold on Stephanie McMahon.
Rousey is coming back to the octagon at UFC 207 where she is challenging Amanda Nunes for her UFC Women's Bantamweight title on December 30