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Ronda Rousey on WWE appearance at WrestleMania 31: I have to go back

After Ronda Rousey made a stunning appearance at WrestleMania 31 for an angle with The Rock, Triple H, and Stephanie McMahon, talk immediately turned to when she would be coming back. The way the segment was set up left the door open for a return, and while reports immediately made the rounds that there are no official plans for as much, other reports indicate WWE is hoping to set up Rousey vs. McMahon at WrestleMania 32 next year.

Both Rousey and The Rock have said they're "just getting started" and "working on a master plan for years to come."

In an interview with Roddy Piper, Rousey makes it clear that she's absolutely going back because she's never had such a good time:

"I had a problem when I left, though. There's no way I... I can't not go back in there again. There's no way! After experiencing that I'm like 'there's nothing like it!' The second I left I was already thinking like 'how could I possibly go back?' I didn't even change yet. I hadn't even got out of my outfit yet."

She'll have some hurdles to clear, like her budding film career and the fact that she's a cash cow for Dana White and the UFC as the women's bantamweight champion, but she's properly motivated.

And nothing is more powerful than a made up mind.

She also told Piper a fun bit about the judo toss she hit Triple H with:

"That wasn't even the throw I was planning too. It wasn't. I'm totally left handed. I made up a throw and did it right handed on the spot. That wasn't even where I was supposed to be at, I was supposed to be in the middle. It ended up being like I couldn't have done it any other way but that was completely made up. I pulled that throw right out of my ass. I don't even know what that was."

Baddest woman on the planet indeed.

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