If Ronda Rousey ever again dabbles in the realm of sports entertainment, it will be a long time down the road.
But that doesn't mean the UFC women's bantamweight champion does want to give World Wrestling Entertainment another go.
"I'm going to find a way," Rousey said on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour. "Somehow, some way, some day. I just have no clue when."
Rousey, whose autobiography is now on sale, made a much-publicized appearance in the ring at Wrestlemania 31 in March.
But several things are keeping her from becoming more involved in pro wrestling, her UFC contract and a busy schedule of outside activities chief among them.
Still, though, Rousey is a hardcore pro wrestling fan who attends local shows in her free time in Southern California. So even if it's not until her MMA career ends, Rousey holds out hope that she'll once again have some fun in the world of make-believe fighting.
"I'm willing to find a way to get back in there," she said. "I don't know how it would be possible in the foreseeable future. It's definitely not possible for a very, very long time, I have an extremely full schedule."