Ronda Rousey has a very business schedule, as evidenced by her current media blitz for her book My Fight/Your Fight, which follows doing a ton of press in advance of her appearance in Furious 7. And that's outside her main gig for UFC as one of, if not the, most famous mixed martial artist in the world.
That's one of the reasons that folks freaked out that she did her bit with The Rock, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H at WrestleMania this year, and why it would be very cool if the lifelong pro wrestling fan would be able to do more with WWE in the future.
Whether it's that busy schedule or her boss, Dana White, getting in her ear about contractual priorities, "Rowdy" Ronda is being more realistic about her future in the WWE - while remaining committed to making that dream a reality in the future.
She told Ariel Helwani as much on the latest MMA Hour, which you can see in the above embedded video:
I'm going to find a way. Somehow, some way, some day. I just have no clue when. I'm willing to find a way to get back in there.
I don't know how it would be possible in the foreseeable future. It's definitely not possible for a very, very long time, I have an extremely full schedule.
What do you make of this drama, Cagesiders? Excited by her passion to do it again, or bummed that it might not happen any time in the foreseeable future? Or is the stance now being taken by Rousey and White a work designed to keep her involvement in WrestleMania 32 a surprise?