UFC legend Ronda Rousey tipped for STUNNING return to octagon seven years after quitting to join WWE

UFC legend Ronda Rousey has been tipped to making a stunning octagon comeback — seven years after quitting for WWE.

Rousey, 36, was once the top name in MMA after featuring in UFC’s first-ever all-female fight.

She successfully defended the Women’s Bantamweight title a record six times.

But Rousey called time on her fighting career in 2016 after back-to-back defeats against Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes.

Bowing out with 12 wins from 14, she was then snapped up by WWE in 2018 – the same year she became a UFC Hall of Famer.

And Rousey has since gone on to become a three-time world champion.

However, ‘Rowdy’ could now be on her way back to UFC in a shock U-turn.

Chief Dana White is reportedly seeking a new star name for the women’s division after Nunes’ recent retirement.

And UFC commentator Jon Anik reckons Rousey could jump at the chance to make a sensational return.

The path could be made even smoother after UFC’s merger with WWE in April.

UFC legend Ronda Rousey tipped for STUNNING return to octagon seven years after quitting to join WWE | The Sun

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