Ronda Rousey wants to main event WrestleMania. The final match of WWE’s biggest show of the year has never featured female competitors, but it no longer seems like such a far-fetched prospect. Rousey recently spoke with Sports Illustrated about her first few months as a WWE Superstar, working under Vince McMahon and her desire to continue breaking down barriers.

Rousey made her WWE debut at WrestleMania 34 back in April. Her tag match involving Kurt Angle, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon was regarded as the highlight of the event. Any concerns about her being “green” quickly fell by the wayside. Rousey shocked the world and showed that she might be the most impressive pro wrestling prodigy since Angle himself.

Rousey shared a nice anecdote Vince McMahon’s advice to her prior to WrestleMania. Vince told her to be herself and embrace her emotions. He also encouraged her to smile, because “the whole world wants to hug her” when she smiles.

As mentioned earlier, Ronda Rousey helped steal the show at WrestleMania 34. Instantly, there was buzz that Ronda Rousey was destined to be involved when women headlined WrestleMania for the first time.

Rousey confirmed to Sports Illustrated that main eventing WrestleMania is a goal, but it’s currently just an abstract idea.

“It’s definitely a goal of mine to be one of the first women to headline WrestleMania, but who that would be against or even if that would be a possibility is yet to be seen.”

It remains to be seen how long it will take for women to break through that glass ceiling. However, when it does happen, you can bet Ronda Rousey will be front and center. Ronda Rousey challenges Alexa Bliss for the RAW Women’s Championship next weekend at SummerSlam.