When something in wrestling is referred to directly as a “poorly kept secret” there is some cause to believe it will come to fruition.
If a new report from Fightful Select (subscription require) has it right, we may soon see the return of Ronda Rousey.
Per the report:
“Fightful has learned that a Ronda Rousey return has been discussed internally, to the point that it’s considered a “poorly kept secret,” and has been mentioned to talent outside the company. Fightful was told that Rousey was a name tossed around as a potential Royal Rumble entrant or at least to have some participation in the Rumble, though her involvement beyond that isn’t known. We’ve been told by those within WWE that she’s been training of late, as well, who think that it’s a matter of “when and not if” she returns.”
While Rousey just announced the birth of her first child, a daughter named daughter La’akea Makalapuaokalanipō Browne in September, no confirmation of her attendance or participation in the Royal Rumble has been obtained at this time.
The Women’s Royal Rumble 2022 match is set to feature many returning stars such as Lita, Mickie James and Summer Rae including some of whom have also recently had babies including both Bella Twins (with Nikki giving birth to son Mateo and Brie giving birth to son Buddy in summer 2020) and rumored returning star Lacey Evans giving birth to her second daughter, a mere 14 weeks ago.
For a full list of confirmed entrants for the 2022 Women’s Royal Rumble, click here.
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