When I used to hear the name @rondarousey the first word that came to mind was revolutionary. She was dominant and charismatic. I wanted to be the “Ronda” of WWE Since day one, I have worked every moment of every day to make a lasting impression; to cement my legacy and change the game. Then, Ronda walked through the curtain at last year’s Rumble... I told myself that I would do everything and anything to make sure our paths crossed. I am a competitor, a legacy in wrestling and I wanted nothing more than to test my mettle against an Olympic medalist and former world Judo champion. “The Baddest Woman on the Planet”
It was not to be. It’s been a difficult few months. Surgeries, feuding with a former “bestie” and then losing the first women’s “Last Man Standing” match at evolution. It wasn’t meant to be. The match I had dreamed about wasn’t to be this year.
Destiny is a funny thing. In one night, I went from competing in a 5 on 5 to my dream match on four days notice. Through no doing of my own or Ronda’s, we will share a ring tonight. Destiny is a funny thing... Tonight, I reach my goals and show the wrestling world who I really am. Tonight, I accomplish my dream and show the world that nobody in this division can lace my boots! #survivorseries #rouseyvsflair #wwe