ByAmy Kaplan, writer at Creators.co
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Amy Kaplan

Former UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey announced that she'd be wrapping up her MMA career soon, but that doesn't mean she doesn't have people lining up to fight her when she's retired.

WWE's Stephanie McMahon, who happens to be the daughter of partial owner Vince McMahon, wants a piece of the action once Rousey hangs up her gloves, and was recently asked if we'd be seeing Rousey in the squared circle again.

"God I certainly hope so," she said when speaking to TMZ. "I gotta get her back after she put me in that armbar."

Rousey made a cameo in the WWE last year, and is a well-known fan of the organization, often attending their events.

Ronda's most memorable appearance came at WrestleMania 31 when she shocked the crowd by putting current Raw commissioner Stephanie McMahon in an armbar, as well as judo tossing Triple H after being brought into the ring by The Rock.

At the time, UFC president Dana White assured fans that it would be Rousey's only WWE appearance, but once she retires, the Olympic medalist will be fair game.

For now, Rousey is returning to the Octagon after a year-long break following her first career loss to Holly Holm at UFC 193. Holm won via second round KO and relieved Ronda of the belt she'd held for so long.

She will face current champion Amanda Nunes, who will be making her first title defense at UFC 207 in December.