As of right now Ronda doesn’t have plans, but thanks everyone who supported her. What Ronda does have is a hand injury, a broken pinkie knuckle that has earned her four pins in her hand.
Originally she had only planned to work the WWE from WM34 through November, but once she got in there plans changed and she stayed for the full twelve months.
“I love it so much and I ended up getting the title and then when it became a real possibility that women could be in the main event at WrestleMania, I decided to stick around.
“As for WWE plans in the future, we wanna have a baby first. I don’t know what it’s like to have a baby. I could look down at this beautiful child and be like ‘f**k everything I don’t care about anything else.’ Or I could be like my mom who she trained when she was eight months pregnant and won the U.S. Open six weeks after giving birth.”
She knows that nothing is guaranteed when it comes to getting pregnant and having a child, but she also doesn’t want to make any promises to the fans.
QD – I know that Ronda’s future is up in the air, but I also know that this is exactly what I predicted would happen with Ronda, minus the broken hand. I hope things work out well for her and that she’s able to conceive, carry, and give birth to a perfect baby. I also have to admit that I’d love to see her back in the WWE. She’d finally found her own, discovered her character, and I don’t know anyone who doesn’t hope to see 4 Horsewomen versus 4 Horsewomen. Two of the MMA 4 Horsewomen are not ready yet, and at least one of the WWE 4 Horsewomen might be on her way out if she and the WWE don’t get back on the same page. Pipe dreams are great, but we will have to wait and watch how reality plays out.