WWE: It Looks Like We Are Getting Nia Jax vs Ronda Rousey At MITB 2018

Ever since Ronda Rousey shocked the world in a smashing debut at WrestleMania 34, the former UFC/MMA fighter took a bit of a break.

She wasn't allowed to compete in the Greatest Royal Rumble event while she was busy doing something else during the Backlash PPV.

While Ronda Rousey is again making appearances for the WWE again, and it sounds like her second WWE match will indeed by a big one.

It's being reported that Raw Women's Champion Nia Jax wants to face Ronda Rousey one month from now at the Money in the Bank PPV.

The two pitched the match together at a public event and the two agreed to a match. You can read what WWE.com itself had to say about the match posted down below.

The Irresistible Force revealed she wants to put her title on the line against Rousey at WWE Money in the Bank, much to the surprise of The Baddest Woman on the Planet. Never one to back down from either a challenge or an opportunity, a bewildered Rousey agreed to the match.

WWE might be pushing ahead with Rousey being in bigger feuds to try and combat lower Raw ratings.

For the past few weeks, Raw's TV ratings have dropped thanks to a lack of good storylines and also competition from the current NBA Playoffs.

By booking Ronda Rousey vs Nia Jax at Money in the Bank, this should be enough to get back the casual viewers that may have stopped watching after WrestleMania 34.

It's a match I'm looking forward to see as well since Rousey proved she's great inside a wrestling ring at WrestleMania 34.

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