Ronda Rousey has not been seen in WWE since her loss to Becky Lynch two years ago at WrestleMania. She has been gone far too long now, and fans wonder if she ever will return to WWE. Since her contract is set to expire this year, we may have to come to terms with the fact that Rousey will never return to the ring, and we have probably seen the last of her in the business. Ronda has expressed that she enjoys spending time with her family during her hiatus and feels relaxed. She did not enjoy the hectic tour schedule that WWE placed her in during her major push. So the question now arises- what’s next for Ronda Rousey? What’s her next order of business after the WWE contract expires, considering it does expire without renewal? Ronda Rousey may spend time working on her ranch Rousey is enjoying life at home, which is on Brousey Ranch in Riverside, California. The sustainable ranch home is where Ronda and her husband Travis Brown have planted roots and intend to stay. Ronda could spend her time tending to the ranch and improving it. In some YouTube videos, she has expressed her love for the lifestyle. Another option open to Rousey is her career as a gamer. The former Raw Women’s Champion has become an avid gamer during her hiatus and spent a lot of time on Twitch before WWE clamped down its ban on Superstars. Rousey can also explore her gaming career Rousey now live streams gameplay on WWE’s own streaming service but will surely move back to Twitch if her contract expires. She could pursue a career as a professional gamer then, which will surely suit her fancy. Ronda Rousey prefers not to return to action in WWE or any form of the fight. Her spine injury causes her constant pain, and she truly felt the burden during WWE’s hectic tour schedule. She did not appreciate fans’ reception of her efforts, who booed her on many occasions, and she feels that her time in WWE is over. She feels a lot more relaxed at home, and that’s probably what her next area of focus will be.
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