Update on Ronda Rousey’s future with WWE

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While she would be defending her Raw Women's Championship against Charlotte Flair, the match could become a triple-threat if Becky manages to beat Charlotte at the Fastlane pay-per-view.

As for the actions, WWE might suspend her until WrestleMania 35, as they don't want to jeopardize the main event.

The former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion has been a revelation since her switch from the octagon to the wrestling ring and has quickly gone on to become the most popular superstars in the promotion.

Charlotte Flair will face Becky Lynch this Sunday for the Raw Women's Championship.

In the latest episode of her vlog series, Rousey denounced not only the WWE Universe, but the fans in Los Angeles, who booed her out of the Staples Center at Survivor Series last November.

"And they can explain it however they want, but ... f*** em". I love this way more than I thought that I would. None of those b****** can f***ing touch me.

It is worth noting as well that Rousey is indeed still signed to a multi-year deal with WWE, as TMZ stated recently. It's made up. It's not real.

It is no secret that Rousey is keen to start a family with husband Travis Browne, but she has not given any indication as to when she plans to do so or if she will take a break before she begins planning on having a baby.

Dave Bautista returned to WWE RAW this week in Pittsburgh to confront his former mentor and long-time rival Triple H face-to-face, although the Guardians of the Galaxy star came flanked with a host of private security, vowing to conduct business on "his terms". If Lynch loses, however, she is out of the picture. Rousey is expected to take a hiatus from the promotion despite being reportedly contracted to WWE until 2021.