Ronda Rousey Appears On The PWI Podcast

Ronda Rousey Reveals Dream WWE Opponent, Talks Goals In WWE

RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey recently appeared as a guest on the PWI Podcast for an interview. Featured below are some of the highlights.

On wanting to be the first woman to headline WrestleMania: “Yeah, I would love to be one of the first women to headline WrestleMania. I think it’s time. But it’s not up to me. Even if it’s just somebody [else], I just think it’s time for any women to be headlining WrestleMania. I don’t own a multimillion dollar company and I don’t make these decisions. And so, maybe my opinion about when it’s time is different somehow! There may be a lot of things I’m not seeing or factors I’m not taking in, but yeah, I think I would love to be one of the first women to headline WrestleMania. But that’s something that is completely out of my control and so I’m not going to invest any of my happiness in whether that happens or not. If it does happen, I’ll be like, ‘hell yes, this is amazing! Let’s go women! Woohoo!’ But I’m not going to be, like, crying at home for weeks because I didn’t get to headline WrestleMania If any women get to headline WrestleMania, I will be just as happy for them as I would be for myself because I just think it needs to happen.”

On Sasha Banks being her dream opponent: “I would really love to wrestle Sasha Banks. I think I’ve just been so impressed watching her work, and see her in the back, and see her work. And I was already a fan of her’s before. I think that we would be able to make something great together and I think she has given a lot of women their best matches ever. But I almost feel like I’m not at the right level yet for her. I really think that we could make something really special and really great, but I don’t know that I’m at the level that’s ready for that yet and I don’t know if the company would ever like that, but in a perfect world, I would definitely love that for sure.”

On wanting to see as many women’s matches in WWE as men’s: “I would just like to see women represent 50% of the roster and 50% of every card. I don’t think that’s too unreasonable. I think that’s a far way down the line, but I think it’s a good goal to pursue.”

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