Lynch and RAW Women’s Champion Rousey have been feuding ever since last October after WWE’s inaugural all-women’s Pay-Per-View event Evolution.
The two WWE megastars were set to battle at Survivor Series but the match was cancelled after The Irish Lass Kicker suffered a broken nose and a concussion at the hands of Nia Jax.
The Man, however, hasn’t stopped targeting the WWE Hall of Famer and is determined to lock horns with her at WrestleMania.
According to Wrestling Inc, the two-time women’s champion is also adamant that they both deserve to become the first ever women to headline Mania next year on April 7 at the MetLife Stadium in New York because they are part of the hottest angle in wrestling.
Lynch told E&C’s Pod of Awesomeness when asked if they are worthy of the main-event spot at the Show of Shows: “Absolutely.
“I will say it for this reason and it is not about gender, but it is about who are the most popular and interesting superstars on the roster?
“Right now, I cannot think of two people that have higher ratings and interest in them than myself and Ronda Rousey, and that reason alone we should be in the main event.
“If anyone else can step up and draw as much interest, then my goodness, please have at it but that is not going to happen.
“That is my spot and I am not letting anyone else take it.”
Lynch wants Rousey to be her WrestleMania opponent more than anyone else because of her incredible work in UFC which made her a pioneer in MMA.
‘Rowdy’ was crowned the first ever UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion in 2012 and was undefeated for almost three years.
Lynch added: “I would want Ronda Rousey to be my opponent at WrestleMania 35 for the simple reason that Ronda in her sport was a pioneer.
“I do not think that women would be in the UFC if not for Ronda Rousey and [UFC President] Dana White said that himself.
“When Ronda came in, we saw a star of the magnitude that may never be matched again in MMA, but that is a different sport and this is my sport.
“Here she came in with a name from somewhere else having been born tough and born this athletic creation that winning came so easily to her, and it has come so easily for her where she has picked up this game quicker than anybody I have ever seen, with maybe the exception of Kurt Angle.
“There is a lot that not only do I want to prove to myself but to the entire world, and that is one thing to be born tough like Ronda, but it is a whole different thing to be made tough the way that I am.
“That is the difference between the two of us and I am going to prove what is longer lasting and I am going to prove it in the main event of WrestleMania against Ronda Rousey.”