Ruby Soho just recently appeared on the Grapsody podcast to discuss her Street Fight from January’s episode of AEW Rampage along with the subject of ladies wrestlers blading in their matches.
You can take a look at some highlights from the podcast listed below:
Ruby Soho on the response to the street battle:” After that match aired, the response to it was extremely fascinating to me. Initially, I didn’t understand how I felt about it. As time went on, I recognized that this is a discussion that requires to be had. Since if blood in basic, is simply not your thing, I absolutely get it. I entirely comprehend it. That’s all right. That’s why wrestling is a lovely melting pot of things, due to the fact that there’s something out there for everyone. If the reality that I’m a lady and I’m bleeding is the important things that troubles you, however you’re cool with Mox and MJF and whoever bleeding, however it’s even if I’m doing it is the important things that you have an issue with, then it’s a various discussion.
” Because at the end of the day, all we desire as females wrestlers is to be dealt with similarly, to be dealt with the very same,” she continued. “So I believe that it was a really crucial discussion to be had since there was arguments on both sides and, to me, I seem like it’s wandering off far from the something that we are attempting to avoid is that the factor there is ladies’s wrestling is to provide you something to take a look at. When in truth, certainly, if I’m covered in blood, I’m most likely less appealing to the majority of people. If that’s your issue, then sorry to inform you, I’m simply gon na keep getting more unappealing. My hair looks like I got electrocuted continuously when I’m wrestling since my lipstick’s all over my face all the time. That’s not what I’m out there to be appealing to you. If that is what you’re enjoying me for, then stop enjoying me.”
On how those who have an issue with it should not see it:” There’s a great deal of other vibrant words that I might utilize, however at the end of the day, if you got an issue with it, do not view it. This is, to me, another example people being dealt with similarly in the vein of wrestling and ladies’s wrestling is to be dealt with the exact same, to have the very same expectations as the men, and to be able to do whatever that the people are doing consisting of appearing like Carrie.”
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