Ronda Rousey remains mum on her plans, but there are talks that “Rowdy” will return but not inside the UFC octagon. There are WWE rumors suggesting that Rousey will make her comeback inside the wrestling ring, which became the talk of the town again after Charlotte Flair expressed interest in facing the UFC legend.

Flair, who is one of the biggest stars in WWE’s women’s division, said that she is open to facing Rousey. She admitted that she has high respect for the former UFC women’s bantamweight champion because she believes “Rowdy” opened a lot of doors for women fighters.

Flair wants Rousey at WrestleMania 34

Flair is not just looking forward to a fight with Rousey inside the WWE ring. She wants fans to witness stage in the biggest WWE pay-per-view event. In fact, the daughter of wrestling legend Ric Flair is hoping that a fight with Rousey will be the main event of WWE WrestleMania 34 in April next year.

“I hope that's the main event of WrestleMania,” Flair told ESPN. “That's my dream. I hope we can make it happen.”

Rousey is no stranger to WWE fans, as she has appeared once in a WrestleMania event. She had a cameo appearance with The Rock at WrestleMania 31, where she took down Stephanie McMahon. Since then, Rousey’s name has been mentioned in numerous WWE rumors.

Ronda Rousey vs Cris Cyborg super fight is dead

Meanwhile, Cris Cyborg has made it clear that she is not setting her sights on Rousey anymore. The two women’s MMA superstar were linked to each other back then, but fans have cooled down on the proposed super fight after Rousey suffered two consecutive defeats.

Cyborg, the reigning UFC women’s featherweight champion, said that she is on another level today compared to Rousey.

She believes Rousey is not psychologically fit to fight at a high level after two devastating losses.

“I’m in another stage of my career,” Cyborg told MMA fighting. “I wanted to fight Ronda when she was psychologically well and confident.”

Rousey looked invincible two years ago but suffered a second-round knockout loss to Holly Holm at UFC 193.

She went on a one-year hiatus before making her comeback fight at UFC 207, where she took a first-round knockout defeat to Amanda Nunes.

Rousey’s trainer Edmond Tarverdyan recently told The MMA Hour that there was a strong reason behind their media blackout heading into UFC 207. Tarverdyan admitted that Rousey’s body was not responding well to their training regimen, which eventually led to a poor showing against Nunes.