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Most people when they go to Vegas want to go to places on the Strip and experience the big names. Actually in Las Vegas, I find the best restaurants are off the Strip.
The culture or environment of a company starts from the top. The leadership. The leadership of a company sends a message to its employees of what is tolerated and what is not.
To have the appreciation from your peers, the fans and the company you work for is the ultimate reward. For me, that has always been ultimate because respect has always been the most important thing to me in this business.
I wasn’t on television until 25.
Wrestling is very physically demanding. You can be in great shape and still not be in ring shape.
I want to contribute the best I can to TNA and the Knockouts division. I want to be a part of taking the Knockouts division to another level.
Timing is everything in wrestling and when I was with the WWE it just wasn’t the right time. I was unhappy and I decided to look for opportunities elsewhere.
The WWE is the big company and the one the mainstream audience is watching, but I feel like if you were a hardcore wrestling fan, you were watching TNA.
Of course, having that confidence of having the fans behind you in your hometown is always special.
I consider myself more of a wrestler than a sports entertainer.
I’m the only female producer on Impact, and they’re very supportive, the men.
You know, in terms of accomplishments and things like that, I feel like I’ve accomplished what I’ve wanted.
I was always into sports.
A lot of people that have worked with me know I’m pretty direct.
Ronda Rousey proved that women can be a draw and an attraction, so WWE followed in those footsteps.
I’ve lived a gypsy life and wouldn’t know any other way to live.
As far as I remember, I was always a big eater. I eat just as much as the wrestler guys.
Oh my gosh, women have it so much harder than men. If you ask me the differences are professional as well as physical.
My back was starting to deteriorate and basically what happened was I just couldn’t walk after a couple of matches here and there. I never had an MRI and I never knew what was going on in my body for so long, and then it was coming to point where I was always wrestling and not being able to walk after.