Carmella On WWE Moving WM33 Women's Match, Ellsworth/MITB Briefcase Spot, Asuka
November 24, 2020 | News | No Comments
WWE SmackDown Live Women’s Champion Carmella recently appeared as a guest on Inside The Ropes recently. Featured below are some of the highlights from the interview.
On the SD! Live Women’s Championship Six-Pack Challenge Match being moved around on the WrestleMania 33 card due to fan support and whether or not it made a difference: “I’m on WrestleMania! I don’t care if I’m on the Kickoff show, it was just such a great opportunity to be a part of WrestleMania. It was my very first WrestleMania, and a lot of people say, ‘Oh, but you’re on the Kickoff’ it doesn’t matter, you’re still a part of WrestleMania. To me, there’s no difference if you’re on the Kickoff or the main show to me it’s all the same. Of course, the fans were in kind of an uproar when we were announced as the Kickoff, so it’s crazy the passion that they have.”
On James Ellsworth grabbing the Money In The Bank briefcase last year: “I was nervous for the match, regardless, it’s a dangerous, high-risk match to even be a part of. Aside from that, when I knew that was going to happen [Laughs] the fans reacted exactly how I expected them to. They were upset, and honestly, I thought it was great. People were talking about it. You had this first Money in the Bank Ladder Match for the women and it could be a regular [match], someone climbs to the top, grabs the contract, and that’s how it goes. But I thought this way was so much more exciting and so much more controversial. Everything I like to do is over the top and have people talking about it. Ever since I won that match that’s exactly what’s happened with my career. Everyone has been talking about me, whether they love me, whether they hate me, whether they love to hate me, I don’t really care, they’re talking about me.”
On defending her title against Asuka at WWE Money In The Bank tonight: “I’m not gonna lie. When I first found out I was like, ‘Wait a minute? She did nothing to deserve this opportunity,’ but Asuka is a force to be reckoned with, she is one of the most elite female Superstars I’ve ever seen in WWE. Her strikes, her kicks, her submissions, she’s so good, but she lost to Charlotte at WrestleMania, and I beat Charlotte Flair, twice, so that pretty much means I can beat Asuka. So, I know everybody is looking at the situation like I’m going to get my butt kicked and I’m going to drop the title immediately to Asuka, but I can’t wait to prove everybody wrong.”
Check out more from the Carmella interview with Inside The Ropes above, or at YouTube.com.
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