Shadia Bseiso is now the World Wrestling Entertainment’s first female wrestler who is Arabian.

The announcement was made by the WWE on Sunday along with the company’s mission to expand their global presence and boost up their roster’s level of diversity.

Bseiso is from Jordan and is highly skilled in jiu-jitsu. According to Reuters, she has dreams of encouraging other Arab women to enter the sports arena and to one day take on mega-star John Cena in the ring.

“Female athletes are finally getting the credit they deserve. The world is more open to that, and in terms of how the region will react to it, I‘m hoping its going to be very positive,” said Bseiso.

“Recruiting Shadia to join our developmental system underscores WWE’s ongoing commitment to building a talent roster as diverse as our fan base,” said Paul “Triple H” Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President and himself a popular wrestler.

Besides Bseiso, the WWE has also recently signed several Chinese and Indian athletes.

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