Fists up, ladies!
Legendary female wrestlers Ronda Rousey and Natalya "Nattie" Neidhart swung by our kitchen table to tell us all about one extremely groundbreaking new service:
Evolution, the first-ever all-women's pay-per-view for the WWE.
Talk about girl power!
"I really believe that the WWE is social commentary for the entire world," Ronda tells Rach. "And the women's evolution in the WWE is a reflection of the women's revolution happening around the world, right now."
"It's the past, present and the future of the women in the WWE coming together," Nattie says.
"I'm just excited that the same company that was having bra and panty matches before is now elevating the women and having them be headliners for pay-per-views and taking them really seriously," Ronda adds.
Well, we're pretty pumped ourselves!
It's especially emotional for Nattie, however, because, though she comes from a line of "wrestling royalty" — while her mom is the daughter of legendary Canadian wrestler Stu Hart, her dad is Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart — she is the first female in her family to represent the "Hart dynasty."
"For us, wrestling is an art — I know Ronda can relate to us, too," says Nattie. "But for my family, my father was a wrestler, my uncles were wrestlers, my grandfather was a wrestler. It is [in my blood]. And to be the first female in the Hart family, representing the Hart family, doing what we're doing in the ring. That's why Evolution means so much more to me."
We're not tearing up — you're tearing up!
Watch more of the ladies' chat — did you know that Ronda keeps livestock, including one "badass ass"? — in the video above!