If current WWE Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss is concerned about Ronda Rousey’s rumored arrival to wrestling, she didn’t show it in a recent interview with TMZ Sports. These are the kind of stories that have been swirling since the moment Ronda flubbed her big UFC comeback in December of 2016, but they’ve heated up recently with Triple H skipping Smackdown tapings to wine and dine the Olympic judo bronze medalist.
“Please, I’m a fighting champion,” Bliss said when asked about being potentially unseated by Rousey. “I don’t worry about anyone taking my belt. The title is mine.”
As for the more specific stories that Ronda’s WWE debut will occur at the historic first women’s Royal Rumble set to go down January 28th, Bliss sounded open to sharing the spotlight with any female that participated.
“I think it’s a monumental moment in women’s history,” she said. “And if anyone wants to get involved, that’s awesome.”
In the end, Bliss had some simple words for Rousey, if all the stories about her coming to the WWE are true.
“Good luck!” she said with a smile.
It sounds like she can’t wait to show the former UFC champion what pro wrestling is all about.