Nia Jax discussed a large range of subjects while doing a virtual finalizing hosted by East Coast Autograph Auctions. Here are the highlights:
The shooting for 2020 Money in the Bank at WWE head office almost being closed down by the Governor of Connecticut:
” This was from the COVID Money in the Bank. Oh! That was an enjoyable one, the theatrical Money in the Bank that we had. That was a lot enjoyable, where we practically got closed down by the Governor of Connecticut. They were knocking at the door, the cops were knocking at the door, and in some way, we had the ability to still shoot it, and get it done!”
Her surprise look in this year’s 30-Woman Royal Rumble Match:
” I’m grateful it was a surprise for everyone (2023 Royal Rumble look). I was in fact truly delighted that individuals remembered me. I fidgeted right prior to I left like, what if no one remembers me? And I left in the Rumble and it’s dead air. When asked why her music played prior to the timer struck absolutely no), no remark (she stated. I can’t state. I understand, however I can’t state. Let’s simply state someone was extremely thrilled for me to be back and too soon strike my music. They were truly delighted I was back. Let’s state that. That’s all I’m gon na state (she smiled). They (some fans) were hoping it was more of a long-term thing … I nearly wept myself. I fidgeted, a worried wreck.”
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