In the main event of UFC 207 last night (Dec. 30, 2016) in Las Vegas, Nevada, Ronda Rousey was dismantled by Amanda Nunes. She lost by technical knockout in just 48 seconds and there was never a moment she was competitive in the fight. By the end, it looked clear her mixed martial arts career is over, though we can't know just yet because she skipped town and hasn't spoken publicly since the defeat.
Naturally, this brings us to WWE and whether or not they'll come calling if she is, in fact, done with the UFC.
But, considering how she lost in her last two fights, it's worth wondering if you, dear pro wrestling fans, even want WWE to call her. Sure, Brock Lesnar was badly beaten in two UFC fights, both first round TKO losses, and he came back and has been just fine. But he was a pro wrestler prior and you could always blame his diverticulitis. It's a bit different here, as Rousey was always relying on mystique and star power. The former is gone forever, and the latter, now, is in question.
So I'll leave it to you: