Ronda Rousey vs. Miesha Tate 3 Is All Primed For The WWE Ring

The rivalry between mixed martial arts fans and professional wrestling fans has been around long before Brock Lesnar first made his transition to the combat sports years ago.

While fans of combat sports tend to immediately disregard and downplay any popularity professional wrestling has, wrestling fans simply sit back and enjoy the best of both worlds. The line between reality and fiction in mixed martial arts is getting increasingly hard to spot, with recent antics in Bellator and Ultimate Fighting Championship leaving some fans scratching their heads.

As long as there is a clear line between fact and fiction if it goes down, a match between Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate at Wrestlemania could be one of the biggest draws the WWE could for years to come.

Rousey is no stranger to the WWE. Her nickname, “Rowdy”, is an homage to the late great “Rowdy” Roddy Piper who tore up the squared circle throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Rousey would make her in-ring debut at “Wrestlemania 31” when she confronted Stephanie McMahon and Triple H alongside the biggest star the wrestling industry has ever seen in “The Rock”. Inviting Rousey back to the WWE would be a no-brainer.

Tate, on the other hand, has little to no ties in the world of professional wrestling. The former champion recently hung up the gloves for good and transitioned into analysts role at FS1, but that does not supply the same type of high walking into an arena where tens-and-thousands of fans are cheering you on. Tate was recently asked in a UFC Q&A session if she would ever want to step inside the ring and there was absolutely no hesitation in her answer; “Cupcake” would love the opportunity to entertain the masses inside the WWE ring.

Now, obviously, their match would have to be scripted and their egos would have to be set aside in order to make this work. If both women can push their egos to the side, this could result in a massive payoff for both women and give them the rush they have been missing since stepping away from the octagon.

WWE and Vince McMahon have already reached out to Paige VanZant for an appearance at Summerslam; Having a match between two of the biggest names in mixed martial arts history could result in one of the biggest Wrestlemanias of all time.