Ronda Rousey lets the world know she's trying to get pregnant

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Even Wrestling Observer Newsletter's Dave Meltzer reported in January that Rousey was looking to wrapping up her WWE career at WrestleMania and that she "very much wants to start a family soon".

Ronda Rousey hasn't been seen in WWE since losing her Women's Championship in the main event of WrestleMania and is now rehabbing a broken hand, which she suffered in that very match.

The Furious 7 star has announced she's taking an "impregnation vacation" from the the WWE two days after she posted footage of herself getting X-rays on her injured right hand after the recent WrestleMania 35 earlier this month. Therefore, unifying them would take away from her ability to be a fighting champ-champ in WWE. So do you just keep going until you just happen to get pregnant? Upon entering WWE, Rousey became a full-time wrestler and won the RAW women's championship. Or should you stop and go try and get pregnant?

When asked about the speculation by ESPN, Rousey slammed the reports, saying: "I honestly don't know why [anyone] feels like [they're] an authority to speak on the plans for my uterus".

"It would be kind of cool to just keep acting and then one day, 'Hey, surprise twist, I'm pregnant.' That would be fun".

We will have to wait and see what WWE does with her titles because the decision is not up to her. From that point forward, Becky has been staking her claim to being in the main event of WrestleMania 35. However, TMZ subsequently reported that the news of Rousey's departure had been exaggerated and that she is contracted through 2021.

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