Ronda Rousey Confirms: No Plans To Join AEW, Prioritizing Motherhood


The interview conducted earlier this week revealed Rousey’s determination to prioritize her role as a full-time mom. When questioned about the possibility of signing with AEW, Rousey’s response was a definitive “No, no, I don’t think so.” Her reasoning for declining the potential opportunity? Mommy duties!

Key Takeaway

Ronda Rousey has dismissed rumors of joining AEW, citing her commitment to being a full-time mom as the primary reason for her decision.

Since parting ways with WWE in October, where she had been signed since 2018, Rousey has ventured into different wrestling promotions. Notably, she made an appearance at Ring of Honor (ROH) on November 17. Worth noting is that ROH is owned by AEW, possibly fueling the speculations of her potential involvement with the company.

However, these rumors have been put to rest by Rousey herself, who is currently focused on her two-year-old daughter, La’akea. In an earlier interview, she expressed her desire to spend more time with her family and prioritize her responsibilities as a mother.

Ronda Rousey’s impact on the world of mixed martial arts (MMA) cannot be underestimated. Prior to her foray into professional wrestling, Rousey played a crucial role in elevating women’s MMA to unprecedented heights.

When asked if she would allow her children to follow in their parents’ footsteps and pursue a career in either MMA or professional wrestling, Rousey’s response remains a mystery. The clip of the interview provides insight into her surprising answer to this question.