Ronda Rousey has always been a huge WWE fan, and a lot of talk has been thrown around about her trading in her MMA gloves for a pair of wrestling tights.
And one man who is willing to give her that chance is the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion and WWE COO, Paul Levesque (aka Hunter Hearst Helmsley, or Triple H) who also happens to be the son-in-law of WWE CEO Vince McMahon.
¨You know, she´s a huge fan,¨ Levesque told ESPN. ¨I think it´s something that she´s definitely interested in, and I´ll throw it out right now: if she´s interested, I´ll give her the opportunity. You know, we´re all about personalities. That´s what she brings to the table. I think she´s shown it in UFC, she´s shown it in Hollywood, she´s shown it everywhere. Her personality will drive fan interest.¨
Ronda, of course, wouldn´t be the first MMA star to enter the scripted world of pro-wrestling. Both Josh Barnett and former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton ¨Rampage¨Jackson have ¨competed¨in pro-wrestling bouts, though none as big as the WWE.
And then, of course, there´s Brock Lesnar, who went from pro-wrestling, to MMA, then back to pro-wrestling.
You can check out Triple H´s interview with ESPN below: