Lana Says It’s A Hard Pill For People To Swallow, But WWE Isn’t Punishing Her Because Miro Went To AEW
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Lana says it’s just show business.
Lana spoke with the New York Post and addressed the recent speculation that WWE was putting her through tables each week on TV as a way to punish her for her husband, Miro, signing with AEW. When asked about the rumors, Lana said it’s crazy to think that people can’t see she’s just playing a role and she’s just doing good business in WWE.
“It’s insane because I think people are finally seeing what I’m made of. For so long being in stories where I am an enhancement to the main the characters, main character, no problem I love doing that. Not everyone can be Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio,” Lana explained. “That’s just the reality. I approach everything in WWE as I do the world of acting. It’s a compelling story and not everyone can be the leading man and the leading lady. It’s a hard pill for people to swallow but this is show business and this is television.”
“I’ve outlasted so many people here. You’re not gonna be able to kick me out. And I don’t know, maybe it’s determination and I think a lot of things is I really haven’t been best at anything in my life. It’s always been the determination not to quit,” Lana said, “to keep on going to find a way no matter what.”
Lana is rumored to be off of WWE TV for several weeks after being attacked by Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler on RAW. Charlotte Flair ultimately replaced her in the Women’s Tag Team Championship match at WWE TLC.