She may portray a ruthless, tough and vindictive boss on WWE programming, but Stephanie McMahon is feeling the nerves as she prepares to share the ring with one of the greatest female athletes of all time.
The 41-year-old is set to welcome Ronda Rousey to the world of sports entertainment in New Orleans on April 9 (NZT).
The two will be joined by famed former Olympic gold medallist Kurt Angle and McMahon's husband, Triple H, in a tag team feature bout at WrestleMania 34.
McMahon usually keeps her action inside the squared circle to trash-talking the WWE fans and performers as a powerful authority figure who escapes any consequences for her actions.
In reality, the mother of three young girls is humbled by an opportunity of a lifetime.
"It's quite a tall order but I'm incredibly excited," McMahon told Newshub.
"It is an honour and a privilege to be a part of WrestleMania. I've been training harder than I have ever in my life.
"There is a lot of pressure on me and I want to make sure we have an incredible match that over-delivers and that we do everything we possibly can to tell the best story we can.
"When you consider I'm juggling that with being an executive for WWE as well as a mum to three girls, I certainly have my work cut out for me! But I love a challenge and this is certainly a huge challenge, in front of 75,000 people at the Superdome in New Orleans."
Rousey, the former UFC women's bantamweight champion, will be making her WWE debut at WrestleMania after making the jump from mixed martial arts (MMA) in January.
The 2008 Beijing Olympic judo bronze medallist is credited with putting women's MMA on the map after going undefeated through her first 12 professional fights, with all wins coming by stoppage.
McMahon believes the signing of Rousey will only help elevate WWE's product to the next level.
"She truly is one of the world's greatest athletes. She is one of a kind and she can help take us to the next chapter of the women's revolution," said McMahon.
"When you consider her start power, charisma and ability to connect with the audience in her promos, she is real and authentic and gives everything she has to everything she does.
"I have never seen athlete transition so quickly into WWE as her in terms of understanding what she needs to do to connect.
"Ronda is one of a kind and we couldn't be more proud than to have her as part of the WWE roster."
However, those are the words of Stephanie McMahon the WWE executive. The Stephanie McMahon that wrestling fans see every week on the WWE Network has a word of warning for the former UFC star.
"Ronda has no idea what she is getting into," she said.
"Yes, she is one of the world's greatest athletes, she is highly skilled, six-degree judo black belt - but we write the rules in WWE and I am going to exploit every little weakness she has."
Rousey's retort was simple but effective: "Beating the hell out of Stephanie McMahon is my whole universe right now."
WrestleMania 34 will air live on Sky Sport Arena and stream live on the WWE Network on April 9.