Ronda Rousey: I've Learned To Stop Feeling Guilty For My Own Confidence

You will get no apologies from Ronda Rousey.

This time last year, Ronda Rousey was preparing to make her in-ring debut at WrestleMania 34. Now, she's preparing to take part in the first-ever women's WrestleMania main event at WrestleMania 35. In a new interview with ESPN, Rousey was asked what it means to her to main event WrestleMania 35 on Sunday.

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"I came in there my first year, my first match last year at WrestleMania and stole the show. I knew in that moment that I could headline WrestleMania. It's hard to believe that I went from debuting last year to the main event this year. I'm not surprised anymore by anything. I've learned to stop doubting my own ability to be great and stop feeling guilty for my own confidence. Nothing is too ridiculous. No goal is too high."

Earlier today, Rousey played an April Fool's joke on everyone, claiming she would be leaving WWE after WrestleMania to pursue a career as a saxophone player.

For more on Rousey's rookie year, check out Joe Hulbert's feature on the Raw Women's Champion.

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