WWE is already giving Ronda Rousey a title shot

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The WWE could easily work a pregnancy into her storyline. As seen in the TMZ video below, Rousey was stopped on the street by a reporter, and she answered a few questions.

Rousey will wrestle at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view against reigning title-holder Nia Jax.

Rowdy will be having her next match soon when she faces Nia Jax for the Raw Women's Championship at Money in the Bank in June, but she is yet to have a match on Raw despite being a superstar in the WWE now for three months. "I think everyone who's watching Money In the Bank will be greatly entertained, regardless".

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Ronda Rousey outperformed expectations under extreme pressure and delivered a stellar performance in her professional wrestling debut at WrestleMania 34.

According to WKBW in Buffalo, via Ringside News, Rousey will make her in-ring debut on Raw on July 16 at the KeyBank Center in Buffalo.

Rousey earned a large amount of praise for her performance at WrestleMania, in which she traded blows with both McMahon and her husband in a match many selected as the best of the night.

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This will be the 31-year-old's second match since joining WWE back in January.

WWE has started advertising Ronda for "in-ring competition" for several WWE events. So, it's possible that "someday soon" may be longer down the road than it sounds.

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