Ronda Rousey confirmed earlier this week that her UFC 207 main event match with Amanda Nunes for the women's bantamweight championship will be one of her last fights.

The 29-year-old star has her sights set on things outside of mixed martial arts as her next step in business -- she already has a budding career as an actress -- and is close to being ready to explore her options. One of those options could be a move to professional wrestling with WWE.

Rousey has already made an appearance in the ring at a WWE event when she crashed WrestleMania 31 back in 2014 with The Rock. Rousey hip tossed Triple H and then put Stephanie McMahon in a standing arm bar.

That spot blew up virally and also started rumors that Rousey could eventually move into professional wrestling, as she has long been a huge WWE fan. (Her nickname "Rowdy" is an homage to Rowdy Roddy Piper.)

On Thursday, McMahon, a minority owner and the chief brand officer of WWE -- spoke with TMZ Sports and was asked about the potential of Rousey returning to the WWE ring at some point.

"God, I certainly hope so," said McMahon. "I gotta get her back."

When pressed on whether she would push to sign Rousey once she retires from UFC or whether there have been discussions to that end, McMahon wouldn't confirm anything but did share a sly grin and say that was her hope.

"I'm certainly going to try," McMahon said.