Despite rumors of Ronda Rousey coming to WWE running rampant since her WrestleMania 31 appearance, nothing is official yet. However, Stephanie McMahon said an offer for her to join WWE still stands.
The current commissioner to RAW spoke to TMZ and was asked if an offer for Rousey to compete in WWE is still there and McMahon said the offer is still on the table. In regards to McMahon actually getting in the ring with Rousey and getting revenge for Rousey tossing McMahon in the ring during that WrestleMania 31 appearance, McMahon said anything is possible. McMahon doesn't do much wrestling nowadays and hasn't competed in an actual wrestling match since beating Brie Bella at the 2014 edition of SummerSlam.
"Absolutely! Ronda, the offer still stands. We would love to have you in WWE," McMahon said.
The rumors of Rousey gearing herself for a WWE run has only gotten stronger in the past few months. Rousey's friend Shayna Baszler, who competed in the Mae Young Classic finals, was just signed to WWE and is going to begin training at the Performance Center. Rousey, along the rest of her MMA Horsewomen, had a staredown with most of the WWE Horsewomen during the Mae Young Classic tapings.
Rousey has also been preparing for a WWE run, as first reported by Fightful. Rousey has been getting trained by former WWE Cruiserweight champion Brian Kendrick. Former RAW Women's Champion Charlotte also recently said she would be "all-in" for a match against the former UFC Bantamweight champion.
McMahon's comments can be seen in the video above.