Much has been made of former UFC Champion Ronda Rousey possibly crossing over into the world of professional wrestling.
Enzo Amore has said that Rousey will be in for a rude awakening, Sasha Banks has told Rousey to get to the back of the line, while Charlotte has said that she's 'all-in' on a potential match with the pay-per-view juggernaut if the move happened.
Since Fightful reported in August that Rousey had started training in pro wrestling, she's made brief appearances at the Mae Young Classic, but hasn't made any other televised WWE appearances. This week, TMZ Sports caught up with Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss, who seemed unconcerned with the potential.
“Please, I’m a fighting champion. I’m not worried about anybody taking my belt," Bliss said.
It's worth noting that fighting champion Alexa Bliss hasn't defended her WWE Raw Women's Championship on television since October, and has wrestled only twice on television at all since then.