During a recent edition of the “AEW Unrestricted” podcast, Karen Jarrett spoke with co-host Aubrey Edwards on their mixed tag team match on AEW Rampage this past June.
Edwards teamed with Mark Briscoe & Papa Briscoe to defeat Jay Lethal, Jeff Jarrett & Karen Jarrett on AEW Rampage.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
Karen Jarrett on their mixed tag team match on AEW Rampage: “We had had that talk a little bit about how women are criticized on the internet a little bit more than men. We don’t wrestle so there’s already this pressure [that] what we do has to be good, but then [also] this pressure [that] what we do has to be twice as good because we’re going to get s*** for it online.”
Edwards on how she felt after the match: “I had so much more appreciation for everyone in the locker room. I was just walking around like, ‘Give me a walker. I can’t move anymore.’ … [It was] just two minutes, but one of [the] most memorable ‘two minutes’ of my career.”
Karen Jarrett on enjoying the stories of wrestling: “I love the soap opera, I love stories. I think that’s why I enjoy so much being hated, or being the heel. I want to hate somebody. I want to feel sorry for somebody. I want to love somebody, and I want to laugh. I want all those emotions in the show.”
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In a recent episode of the “AEW Unrestricted” podcast, Karen Jarrett and co-host Aubrey Edwards discussed their mixed tag team match on AEW Rampage in June. The match saw Edwards teaming up with Mark Briscoe and Papa Briscoe to defeat Jay Lethal, Jeff Jarrett, and Karen Jarrett.
During the podcast, Karen Jarrett highlighted the criticism that women in wrestling often face on the internet. She acknowledged that as women who don’t wrestle, there is already pressure for their performances to be good. However, she also mentioned that there is an additional pressure for their performances to be twice as good because they are more likely to receive negative comments online.
Aubrey Edwards shared her thoughts on how she felt after the match, expressing her appreciation for everyone in the locker room. Despite the match lasting only two minutes, she described it as one of the most memorable moments of her career. This highlights the physical toll that wrestling can take on performers, even in short matches.
Karen Jarrett also discussed her love for the storytelling aspect of wrestling. She mentioned enjoying being a heel and eliciting emotions from the audience, such as hatred, sympathy, love, and laughter. This emphasizes the importance of creating compelling narratives in professional wrestling to engage the fans.
To get a glimpse of the mixed tag team match on AEW Rampage, viewers can watch the embedded video in the article. It showcases the action and dynamics between the teams involved.
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Overall, this podcast episode provides insights into the experiences and perspectives of Karen Jarrett and Aubrey Edwards regarding their mixed tag team match on AEW Rampage. It sheds light on the challenges faced by women in wrestling and highlights the physical demands and storytelling aspects of the sport.