WWE RAW: Ronda Rousey linked with Paul Heyman pair-up amid Brock Lesnar UFC return rumours

Lesnar is probably heading back to the Octagon to face Daniel Cormier for the UFC Heavyweight Championship at some point next year and that would leave Heyman without a client to advocate on RAW.

According to Give Me Sport, however, the Wrestling Observer Newsletter claim WWE are considering a pair-up between the legendary manager and Rousey.

The UFC legend has put together some stunning performances in the ring ever since her WrestleMania 34 debut but her mic skills still need work.

Heyman would be able to help her gain experience in the field and would also be perfect when it comes to hyping up her fights.

The ECW legend would also add a lot to The Baddest Woman on the Planet’s image after her triumph at SummerSlam.

Rousey destroyed Alexa Bliss at WWE’s biggest Pay-Per-View event of the summer and became RAW Women’s Champion just four months after her in-ring debut.

‘Rowdy’ shone at WrestleMania where she teamed up with fellow Olympian Kurt Angle and beat Triple H as well as Stephanie McMahon.

Her performance at Mania was so impressive that management decided to award her with a title shot at Money in the Bank.

The first ever UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion beat former RAW Women’s Champion Nia Jax via disqualification after Bliss’ interference.

The Goddess took out Rousey just when she was ready to make Jax tap out to the Armbar.

Bliss then cashed in her Money in the Bank briefcase on The Irresistible Force and regained the title she lost at WrestleMania.

Rousey was then suspended after carrying out a savage attack the next night on RAW as she powerbombed Little Miss Bliss through a wooden table.

Rumours suggest she will be part of WWE’s next Pay-Per-View event Hell in a Cell on September 16 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.

She may also defend the title at WWE’s first ever all-women’s show Evolution on October 28 at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York against Nikki Bella.

There are still no confirmed plans for Heyman but the legendary advocate has done a great job managing some of WWE’s biggest ever superstars like Lesnar, CM Punk and Big Show.