Bayley has helped spearhead a change in women's pro wrestling, but she still thinks there's some growing to do before some big steps.
A women's Royal Rumble has been talked about as a potential next step for women's wrestling -- at least by fans. After WWE saw their first female PPV main event and Hell in a Cell Match, it seemed a natural progression. However, Bayley told the Montgomery Advertiser that they need more bodies.
"I kind of honestly think we need a few more girls to do something like that because the guys have 30 men. We don't have many girls. Even if it was Raw and Smackdown combined, I don't think it would make it 20. If we had more girls brought in, maybe like NXT girls, that would be really cool and I think it would be a lot of fun," said Bayley.
She wouldn't mind if one of those bodies was a recent WWE signing.
"I would love to work with Heidi Lovelace," said Bayley. "I saw her at her tryout and was just amazed by her. I saw her a couple of times when I did Shimmer. I thought she was really cool. She moves very different. There's just something about her that stood out to me, so I'd love to be able to work with her someday."