We all should just brace ourselves right now. It's highly likely that one day we will see #RondaRousey vs. Charlotte in the main event of Wrestlemania.
Triple H sounds really serious when it comes to Rousey.
"Ronda's done things with us in the past," Triple H said. "She's a huge fan. She had a blast when she did it. I wouldn't be surprised at all if, as she begins to wrap up her UFC career, as she's looking to do other things, if we're a part of that conversation for her."
Rousey appeared at Wrestlemania 31 in one of the greatest segments in WWE history. She armbarred Stephanie McMahon and seemed to set up a future match between her and McMahon. McMahon, in the clip below, said she would love to sign Rousey.
Rousey, 29, has a record of 12-1 and is one of a handful of MMA fighters who has transcended the sport and emerged as a real superstar. She helped legitimize women's MMA, and forced UFC President Dana White to create a women's bantamweight division after he saw how popular she became in Strikeforce.
Rousey became a common face on late night talk shows and landed a few movie roles as a result of her UFC superstardom. Inside the Octagon, she shredded her opponents, defeating many of them in seconds.
Rousey would not be joining the WWE just to make money. She is a lifelong pro wrestling fan. Her nickname "Rowdy" comes from "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, one of her childhood idols.
Triple H was more generic in his comments about #conormcgregor.
"McGregor's very calculated in the things he says and does," Triple H said. "He doesn't mention us because it just came out. He has made his point. I have made my point when I have been asked about it. He is a business man. I am a business man. If the time is right for us to sit at the table, if there is an opportunity that we have or he wants to have, then we'll discuss it."
McGregor doesn't plan to fight again until September.