Paul Michael Levesque better known for his stage name Triple H has indicated that the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is interested in signing Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) superstars Ronda Rousey and Conor McGregor.
Triple H (Hunter Hearst Helmsley) who is the Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative of the WWE admitted that in Ronda's case, he expects the WWE to be a big part of the conversation, considering she has stated that her time with the UFC is coming to an end.
Rowdy, as she is popularly called, has revealed that her fight with Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 on 30 December might be one of her last in the Octagon. Triple H is positive that she could appear in their events in the near future, given that she is a big fan of the company.
"Never say never with us. Ronda's done things with us in the past. She's a huge fan. She had a blast when she did it. I wouldn't be surprised at all if, as she begins to wrap up her UFC career, as she's looking to do other things, if we're a part of that conversation for her", said Triple H to Daily Mail.
Ronda aside, Irishman McGregor too has been linked with an appearance with the WWE in the past with his agent Audie Attar revealing that they might be interested if given an offer from the company. While Triple H played down suggestions of a possible move, he would be willing to have a conversation with Notorious over a possible deal.
"McGregor's very calculated in the things he says and does. He doesn't mention us because it just came out. He has made his point. I have made my point when I have been asked about it. He is a business man. I am a business man. If the time is right for us to sit at the table, if there is an opportunity that we have or he wants to have, then we'll discuss it."
"For them and for us, then who knows, you know? We'll see. We're wide open."
McGregor has currently taken a break from the Octagon ring as he awaits the birth of his first child with long term girlfriend Dee Devlin who is expected to give birth early next year.