Ronda Rousey Wrestles In Switzerland, Speaks On Match

Ronda Rousey is set for her RAW debut

Ronda Rousey is ready to take on motherhood. saying she's planning on having kids in the very near future. She is set to battle Nia Jax in her first championship match at the "Money in the Bank" Pay-Per-View on June 17 in Chicago, where the pair will compete for the Raw Women's Championship, a title Jax now holds.

It was announced on Monday afternoon that WWE Raw Woman's Champion Nia Jax will defend her title against Ronda Rousey at Money in the Bank next month. As seen in the TMZ video below, Rousey was stopped on the street by a reporter, and she answered a few questions.

Rousey was due to face Mickie James in her first WWE singles match before event organizers changed the itinerary to the six-woman tag match, according to reports.

Rousey's display in Geneva last night will show fans that if WWE does pull the trigger and puts the Raw Women's Championship on her so early, she will be able to hold herself in the middle of the ring in each defense she has.

Nia Jax will defend the RAW Women's Championship at Money in the Bank against Ronda Rousey
GETTYNia Jax will defend the RAW Women's Championship at Money in the Bank against Ronda Rousey

The 31-year-old Rousey has been married to UFC fighter Travis Browne since August.

If they so choose, the WWE could write her an angle that could preclude her from actual "in-ring" participation should she decide to have a child.

"Soon, someday soon", Rousey told TMZ cameras in New York City.

"I don't know yet", she added. So, it's possible that "someday soon" may be longer down the road than it sounds.


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