Ronda Rousey made the ESPN rounds Tuesday less than two weeks before her in-ring debut for WWE at WrestleMania 34 on April 8, and her interactions were pretty awkward. It’s like all those acting lessons haven’t paid off. 

The former UFC women’s bantamweight champion appeared on Golic and Wingo and had a bizarre exchange with co-host Mike Golic. 

According to USA Today

Golic asked her when she knew that she was ready to retire from MMA.

That led to the following back-and-forth:

Rousey: “I never said that.”

Golic: “Ah so there’s a possibility you could go back in time…”

Rousey: “There’s a possibility I could go back in time?”

Golic: “Go back in time and fight. Go back in the Octagon.”

Rousey: “I do not have the ability to go back in time, no.”

Golic and Wingo tweeted the following photo of Rousey’s reaction to the line of questioning:

Ronda tried to be an actress, didn’t pan out. Of course then she took her terrible acting skills to the WWE, where that’s pretty much the norm. Of course she has no on screen presence, she’s a fighter, born and bred.