Ruby Soho recently spoke with Sports Illustrated for an in-depth interview covering all things pro wrestling.
During the interview, the number one contender to the AEW Women’s Championship spoke about her debut in AEW at the All Out 2021 pay-per-view and more.
Featured below are some of the highlights from the interview.
On her AEW debut at All Out: “My heart was beating all the way up in my neck. Up until All Out, I didn’t know that was possible. I fell back in love with professional wrestling at that moment. I was elated. These people accepted me. They understand me; they understood my journey. That gave me a fire I haven’t felt in a long time. These people were ready to see me thrive, and there is no better stage to do that than in AEW.”
On feeling like this is the next chapter in her career: “I was able to experience a lot in WWE and make lifelong friends, so I’m very grateful for my time there, but that chapter is closed, and I knew there had to be a new place for me. This is a chance to experience a side of professional wrestling I haven’t experienced yet. There is a fire here, and there is a lot for me to show the world. There are a lot of sides to what I do that have yet to flourish, and I am going to put it all out there in AEW.”
Check out the complete interview at SI.com.
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