Former NWA Women’s World Champion Kamille discussed what’s next for her career after losing the title during a recent interview with The Ten Count’s Steve Fall.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On now being the time to bet on herself: “Yeah, definitely. It kind of goes back to what I just said, like, first year of being a champion, all about proving myself, right? Second year, my reign was when I started, and I think the fans started to recognize my abilities, what I can do, what I can offer, and that’s when you start realizing like, yeah, I have really grown to this position where I would be like a good catch, a good acquisition for any company to have, to use me in whichever way they choose and I have built that through the NWA and I’m very grateful for that confidence to know I can do well anywhere, the highest of high leagues or on an indie show in an armory. I have that talent to be able to make that happen. Unfortunately, that whole year, you get comments all the time, like, ‘Go here, go here, go here.’ Well everybody, there is something called a contract. I don’t know if they forget it, or if they fantasy-book in their heads or whatever, but, I have been under contract, and that’s that. But when it comes to going somewhere else, challenging myself, I’ve been with the NWA for five years now. In October, it will literally be exactly five years. I’m 30 years old. I think that if there is a time to take a risk and bet on myself, now’s the time.”
On what’s next for her career: “I just think that I’ve done all I can and proven all I can prove in the NWA, at least as a singles competitor. So we’ll see what happens from there, how my character can evolve. Maybe I’ll join a tag team? Who knows? But as a singles competitor in NWA, I, at least for a long while, have nothing left to prove. So yeah, we’ll just have to see where this wrestling life, Hollywood life, who knows, takes me.”