As noted, Ruby Soho recently appeared as a guest on the “Oral Sessions with Renee Paquette” podcast for an in-depth interview covering all things pro wrestling.
In addition to the highlights previously posted here on the site, the AEW women’s division competitor also spoke during the appearance about what she feels went wrong in WWE prior to her release from the company.
Featured below is an excerpt from the interview where she touches on this topic with her thoughts.
“I wish I knew. Like I said, it came as a huge shock to me. And there were a lot of ones that I didn’t see coming. I liked my job at the time, I liked it. I didn’t have any problems. I loved the locker room so much. I love the women, especially the Smackdown women’s locker room. That was some of the best times of my life because those women are absolutely incredible people. Liv [Morgan] and I were working our asses off to try to be the most cohesive tag team we possibly could. I have no idea really what I was missing or what didn’t work. Obviously, I fit better somewhere else and I felt that the moment that I came out at All Out. I was like ‘this is where I’m meant to be. This is where I’m supposed to be. AEW, these are my people. This is the place I feel the most at home.’ But like I said, I don’t know. I don’t know what happened. I wish I did. But I didn’t talk to a lot of people there. I tried to, but I didn’t get a lot of feedback while I was there. So I didn’t always know if there was something that I was doing wrong.”
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