Chelsea Green Talks Road Back To WWE, Wedding Plans, And Partnership With Robert Stone

Chelsea Green Talks Road Back To WWE, Wedding Plans, And Partnership With Robert Stone

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Chelsea Green recently talked with TV Insider about a handful of topics, including her road back to the WWE, what she has planned for her wedding to Zack Ryder, and what she and Robert Stone have in store for the world of NXT.

Check out some highlights below:

On her road back to the WWE:

I think in those moments you’re always like, ‘Why didn’t I get chosen? Why didn’t I get hired? Poor me.’ Looking back at all of those moments, that’s the reason why I’m here. There is a reason why people support me and coaches want me to succeed, the reason why Triple H and I have a great relationship and was so excited to have this debut finally in NXT. Even to get hired by NXT, it’s taken a long time. [It’s been] a really bumpy road, but it’s all so worth it now that it’s happening. I’m in the best possible position to debut and be successful on this unbelievable stacked roster.

On her future wedding to Zack Ryder:

Of course, with his crazy toy podcast and love of toys and things like that, we’ve got some fun things planned — a little wedding pin we are going to give out to everybody at our wedding, fun stuff like that. I think we are going to do a New Year’s Eve wedding. We’re in the midst of trying to plan, but life on the road is crazy. It’s hard to plan a wedding when you’re on Raw, NXT, on the road. We’re both kind of taking it day-to-day.

On what she and Robert Stone have in store for NXT:

Like you said, Robbie and I come from the same background. It’s great we are working together. We have the same mindset. We both just want to put our heads down and grind and get to the top. I think that is what you can expect from us. We are going to work extremely hard to make sure every person in the WWE Universe knows who Chelsea Green and Robert Stone are.

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