Ronda Rousey Wants to Stay in WWE Longer, Big Casss Joins CWL
Thursday, August 16, 2018
Ronda Rousey has had perhaps one of the best first years in WWE in history. After officially debuting as a member of the WWE roster at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view back in January, Rousey has impressed fans all over the world in most of the matches that she has been involved in. By the end of this weekend, Rousey could very well also be crowned the Raw Women's Champion after she faces current champion Alexa Bliss at SummerSlam this Sunday night. However, despite her success in wrestling so far, there have been rumors all year long claiming that the former UFC fighter's WWE journey could be could short because she wants to focus on starting a family and becoming a mother in the very near future.
For fans who may be concerned that Rousey's time in WWE could be coming to an end, it now appears that Ronda has no intention of leaving the ring any time soon. During a recent interview with ESPN, Rousey admitted that she has been having a blast in WWE so far and that it would be very difficult for her to leave so soon. Rousey mentioned that she and WWE set a timeline for her current run in the company and that the two sides will almost certainly be extending it soon as Ronda has unexpectedly completely fallen in love with the sport. With her championship match taking place this weekend, the all-women's Evolution pay-per-view, and WrestleMania 35 all coming up soon, these are events that Rousey would definitely love to be part of.
Former WWE Superstar Big Cass is just about ready now to make his return to the ring. Cass was released from the company earlier this year after he reportedly violated a number of directives from management, but he will still be competing on the indies under the ring name Big Cazz. According to a report from PWInsider, Cass is now set to make his return to wrestling as part of the Championship Wrestling League in what is being called a "full time deal" with the promotion. Cass will make his first appearance for the promotion on September 29th at the The Brighton Legacy Center in Brighton, Michigan. He is also set to take an open mic and make his first comments to the public since being released from WWE.