The past weeks have seen rumors tying Ronda Rousey to a possible WWE stint. Nothing has been made official, and it would only be a matter of time before someone from the wrestling scene sheds more light on the topic.

For the WWE, there is no better person to ask like Triple H (Paul Levesque). The WWE COO was interviewed by CBS Sports’ In This Corner podcast and gave his opinion on the possible move by the former UFC champion.

Rousey is not ready

Rousey was on hand for the Mae Young Classic, and Triple H shares a bit on how things went between them.

He mentions the missing ear-to-ear grin on Rousey’s face and holding conversations that could mean anything. In short, Triple H is unsure of what “Rowdy” has planned moving forward.

The WWE COO is aware that Rousey has a lot on her mind, particularly her upcoming wedding to boyfriend Travis Browne. Hence, it seems the famed mixed martial artist may only have that on her mind, meaning any career plans will depend after that.

Triple H willing to wait

Aware of Rousey setting her priorities, Triple H seems willing to wait when things settle down. He reiterates that he is all about creating opportunities and that will eventually fall into place once Rousey gets her act back on track.

Despite her fall in the UFC scene, Rousey’s celebrated appearance at Wrestlemania 31 is still fresh in the mind of Levesque.

He knows how that segment threw the WWE universe wild and most have been anticipating a return by the actress/ mixed martial artist.

Since falling to Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 in December 2016, nothing much has been heard about Rousey. UFC top brass Dana White believes that Rousey’s time in the Octagon may be over, feeling the former champion will pursue her dreams of putting up a family.

Future acting stints are also possible seeing how “Rowdy” had her share of film appearances. To date, even these have taken a back seat. Hence, Rousey may want to get her personal life back in check and then ponder on what to do next.

There is no promise that Rousey will continue her competitive side for now in the WWE or even the UFC.

She may need more time off, trying to recover since suffering her first UFC loss way back in 2015 at UFC 193 to Holly Holm.

She was never able to recover from that, broken and still groping to put the pieces back together. The WWE looms as a plausible route though Rousey fans may have to wait a bit longer to see if she does make the rare jump to the world of wrestling entertainment.