WWE's Enzo Amore Rousey Is 'In for a Rude Awakening'


Although Amore doesn't believe Rousey will have an easy time making it in WWE, he expressed respect for the MMA world and said he believes she would translate "quite well" to wrestling.

Ronda Rousey may be an all-time great inside the Octagon - but WWE superstar Enzo Amore says it's gonna be a painful transition for her if and when she steps into the ring.

Rousey was once one of the most dominant forces in the UFC, but after consecutive losses to Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes, her career could be over.

There's key differences between what WWE does and what MMA does.

OK, well maybe it won't go that far but the possibility of her entering the Women's Royal Rumble has been staring everyone in the face since the historic match was announced, and her recent rendezvous with Triple H has added further fuel to the fire.

Nevertheless, Triple H continued that, presently, there are a lot of things to walk through before a potential Rousey stint in WWE, and that they're just having conversations at this stage.

As noted, Triple H missed this week's WWE Smackdown TV tapings to have dinner with former UFC Champion Ronda Rousey, a moved that created much speculation on negotiations between Rousey and WWE. We are interested in her as a human being even.

Rousey famously made an appearance at WrestleMania 31 alongside The Rock. The former UFC champ was also said to be in a "great mood", but there is still no word on whether a deal was actually signed over dinner.

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