Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Ronda Rousey I'll Be Pregnant Soon

Ronda Rousey I'll Be Pregnant Soon

Rousey could be Raw women's champion by that point - she faces current title holder Nia Jax for the belt at Money In The Bank, live on Sky Sports Box Office on June 17.

Having her wrestle at house shows rather than Raw allows Rousey to build experience under less scrutiny from WWE fans while preserving her general mystique to ensure her appearances on WWE programming feel more important.

Ronda Rousey at the announcement of WrestleMania 35 in New Jersey.

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You can see a video of Rousey gaining a hot tag above (courtesy of our friends at PWU), where she lands a series of strikes and judo throws, before going at both Mickie James and Ruby Riott in the corner. First, she brought up this topic in 2016 on "Ellen show". She felt comfortable enough to reveal that she was "soon" anticipating conceiving a baby with husband Travis Browne. The WWE could easily work a pregnancy into her storyline.

"Soon, someday soon", Rousey told TMZ cameras in New York City.

Furthermore, upon being probed as to when she'd like to start a family, Rousey explained that she'd love to have children some day, soon, but doesn't know yet.

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In fact, she just booked her first championship match against the Raw Women's champ, Nia Jax, at the "Money in the Bank" Pay-Per-View next month in Chicago.

When it is time for Rousey to have kids, it will surely grab headlines.

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