Ronda Rousey Has Dinner With Triple H; WWE Deal Could Be Close

  • Ronda Rousey Has Dinner With Triple H; WWE Deal Could Be Close

Ronda Rousey Has Dinner With Triple H; WWE Deal Could Be Close

Triple H spoke to The Associated Press on Wednesday and confirmed that they are still having talks.

OK, well maybe it won't go that far but the possibility of her entering the Women's Royal Rumble has been staring everyone in the face since the historic match was announced, and her recent rendezvous with Triple H has added further fuel to the fire.

TMZ caught up with Ronda, who was walking back to her vehicle with an unidentified man.

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) superstar Ronda Rousey has had her share of ups and downs in UFC and is now on hiatus from the octagon.

Ronda Rousey now has no plans of returning to the UFC, and while she hasn't announced her retirement from the sport of MMA, most fans and experts believe that the "Rowdy" one is done with MMA.

Triple H such out of the restaurant in LA first before Rousey exited with her agent in tow.

WWE Raw is set to celebrate it's 25th anniversary on January 22nd at the Barclays Center.

Rousey would take out Triple H's wife Stephanie McMahon at the event.

A long-time WWE fan, Rousey idolized Hall of Famer "Rowdy" Roddy Piper growing up.

Rousey and fellow UFC fighters Marina Shafir, Shayna Baszler and Jessamyn Duke were known as the Four Horsewomen - a tribute to the nefarious Ric Flair-led Four Horsemen stable of the 1980s and '90s. The former UFC champ was also said to be in a "great mood", but there is still no word on whether a deal was actually signed over dinner.

Rousey last fought in MMA at UFC 207 on December 30, 2016, when she returned for the first time after losing for the first time to Holly Holm the year prior.

For the past few years, discussions of Ronda Rousey joining WWE have been plentiful.

"We caught up, had dinner and had some conversations, but we have nothing to announce at this time", he told the New York Post.

"We're fans of hers and incredibly interested in what those opportunities could be with us".