PWInsider reported that: "At least one WWE officer flew after the TV episode last week to California to meet Rousey." And it also added: "We can also confirm that, according to WWE sources, Rousey's makeup artist and stylist, when he last worked for WWE, Abraham Esparza, will be at PPV, Royal Rumble, and Raw this week.
We are told this has been sealed for weeks and weeks." Regarding the former UFC's possible return to the next WWE show this Saturday, PWInsider wrote: "Speaking to a number of sources who are inherently aware of Rumble's plans, we are told 'it's all in the Rousey's hands' and if she wants to pull the trigger for the return, but the company is ready for it and wants it for Wrestlemania.
Rousey vs. Becky Lynch or Charlotte Flair would obviously add some interest to Wrestlemania 38 if they were to go in that direction. " WWE would be interested in a return of Ronda: "Fightful has learned that a return of Ronda Rousey has been discussed internally, to the point that it is considered a 'badly kept secret', and has been mentioned to talents beyond outside the company.
How did Becky Lynch take it?
B / R Wrestling posted a photo of Ronda Rousey on their Twitter profile that said: "WWE is 'pushing' for Ronda Rousey's return to the ring, according to Sean Ross Sapp." Obviously, this was not lost on the current Raw champion who promptly replied with a photo of her wearing her belt last night on the red show that read: "I was wondering if you were showing up again.
I still have it and she's fine." According to Dave Meltzer the WWE would have in mind to bring Ronda back to send her against Becky Lynch at Wrestlemania 38 and finally have her challenge in the 1 vs 1 match that we never had.