Controversial former WWE and UFC star Ronda Rousey might not have finished with the world of wrestling, despite previous reports.
Rousey went out with a whimper on Saturday as she lost to real life friend and fellow former UFC star Shayna Baszler at WWE's huge Summerslam show.
But the fans had so little interest in the bout that video footage of them leaving in their droves to go to the toilet went viral.
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She was also heavily booed as fans grew sick of her lack of improvement on the microphone and in the ring since joining the company a few years ago.
And now, as many thought the match was going to be her last one for the company, legendary wrestling expert Bill Apter has claimed she might be back sooner rather than later.
Speaking to Sportskeeda, he said: “I think Ronda is now pulling the Brock (Lesnar).
“She's gone now, but maybe in a year or two she comes back and attacks . . .
“I think Ronda will come back eventually.
“She needs a refresher.”
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His words were backed up by former WWE legend Dutch Mantell who said that the 36-year-old will return.
“I think she'll come back in another year or two,” he said.
“She'll get itchy, and that'll be it.”
Her popularity with WWE fans has dwindled in recent months, having started strong with her Wrestlemania debut as part of a tag team match alongside Kurt Angle against HHH and Stephanie McMahon.
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But since then, and despite several championship reigns, fans have taken issue with her microphone skills and criticised her matches.
Rousey's loss to Baszler was also marred by the crowd chanting for other wrestlers as well as breaking out a “this is boring” chant.
Rousey has not commented publicly since the match, and her future remains in doubt.
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