Ronda Rousey left WWE two years ago without a possible return in sight.
WWE President Nick Khan stated that Rousey will be coming back, but no firm plan has been laid out based on what Fightful's sources have heard. As Fightful Select pointed out, Rousey's deal would have been up the weekend of WrestleMana 37.
Ronda Rousey's original WWE contract faces its expiration date on April 10, 2021. WWE issued a statement in January 2019 indicating that the contract signed was through that period while the two sides attempted to deny that she'd be leaving the company.
Paul Heyman speculated in an interview late last year that Rousey and WWE could have worked out a mutually beneficial deal that extends the agreement, or replaces the original deal. WWE still has over a dozen Ronda Rousey items on WWEShop, and feature her action figures and utilize her in video games even after she left two years ago.
Rousey has done some pro wrestling training over the past year, specifically with James Storm, who told Fightful he was also helping Travis Browne learn pro wrestling. Those that we've spoken to have said Rousey and WWE have maintained a positive relationship
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