Mercedes Moné will challenge KAIRI for the IWGP Women’s Championship at the upcoming NJPW Battle In The Valley pay-per-view occasion on February 18th.
While talking to NJPW’s main YouTube channel, Moné remembered her NJPW launching at Wrestle Kingdom 17, hyped her approaching championship versus KAIRI, and stated her strategies to seal herself as a worldwide super star.
You can have a look at some highlights from the interview listed below.
On her NJPW launching:“The top place on my supremacy trip needed to be New Japan Pro Wrestling and STARDOM. KAIRI has something that I desire. I have a long history of KAIRI, and I’m concerning reclaim what’s mine, which is international acknowledgment of who I am. And you can rely on Mone.”
On maturing a fan of Japanese ladies’s wrestling:“It needed to be when I was 12 or 13. I was enjoying Manami Toyota, Aja Kong, Akira, and I understood immediately. That was the reason that I wished to be an expert wrestler. I indicate, WWE was remarkable. Maturing, that got me hooked. It was the Japanese ladies’s wrestling that informed myself that I can do this. That I can battle like a woman, that I can battle that tough. And since of them, it actually revealed me that I can be an employer in this area.”
On her enjoyment for the match: “I’ve never ever been more ecstatic, more worried, which I never ever get worried, however I am so prepared for this. I’ve been dreaming about this, I’ve been truly desiring this. And for it to be in the United States in San Jose, California I have a lot history there. I’ve had the best matches there. February 18th is gon na be the exact same. I’m going to ensure that it is the best ladies’s match of perpetuity. And when I hold up my champion? Oh, adorable little KAIRI! I’m gon na send her back to Japan, and she can return to STARDOM. And I can be the worldwide super star that I’m suggested to be. I’m about to take that title all over, not simply New Japan, however all over.”
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