The former UFC fighter hasn’t been seen in the squared circle since suffering her first-ever loss in wrestling at Wrestlemania 35 to Becky Lynch.
Ronda Rousey has cast doubt on her WWE future by confirming plans to focus on starting a family.
The Baddest Woman on the Planet had made history in being part of the inaugural all-women main event at the Show of Shows with Charlotte Flair.
Despite claims the Rowdy One was close to making her long-awaited comeback, Rousey cast serious doubt over another WWE stint on Twitter.
The first-ever UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion was promoting an episode of spin-off reality series Total Divas as it covered her historic match in April.
Rousey tweeted: “#WrestleMania is finally here and I’m ready to go out in flaming glory!!! Don’t miss the climax of my @WWE career on @totaldivas.”
This comes after a previous episode of Total Divas where the UFC Hall of Famer revealed her plan to quit WWE in the hopes of starting a family.
The 33-year-old said: “I made a decision about my future and life and everything.
“I’m gonna do everything that I can to bring a spotlight to the women’s evolution. Then, I’m gonna go have a baby.
“In a strange way, I feel like my job is done.”