On a recent edition of the “Busted Open Radio” podcast, former AEW Women’s World Champion Thunder Rosa spoke about her impending in-ring return, and how her back injury almost ended her career.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On the severity of the injury: “I had to learn so many other things to not go f**king insane. Because wrestling was taken away from me because of an injury that almost ended my career. The fact that I was able to run three miles without pain this last Thursday or Wednesday, the fact that I’m able to lift weights, to sleep, to sit down, to sit up, to be on an airplane without pain, it’s beautiful. The fact of the matter that I get another opportunity to get my time and to get what belongs to me, it’s a blessing.”
On having a new fire under her: “I’m not gonna let anyone, and I’m putting everybody on notice, to tell me otherwise. I’ve been through f**king hell, and I don’t care if I have to go through f**king hell to get what I need to get because I am going to get it. I’m f**king Thunder Rosa. La Mera Mera. They call me La Mera Mera for a f**king reason, and that is not because I’m a wimp and I like to complain. No, it’s because I work my ass off to get where I want, to get what I deserve, to get what I was born for, and that’s to be excellent.”
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Former AEW Women’s World Champion Thunder Rosa recently opened up about her back injury and her impending in-ring return on the “Busted Open Radio” podcast. She shared the severity of her injury and how it almost ended her career, as well as the new fire that has been ignited within her.
Rosa expressed the challenges she faced when wrestling was taken away from her due to the injury. She had to learn various coping mechanisms to avoid going insane. However, she is now grateful for the progress she has made in her recovery. Rosa mentioned that she can now run three miles without pain, lift weights, sleep, sit down, sit up, and even travel on an airplane without experiencing any discomfort. She described this progress as beautiful and a blessing. It has given her another opportunity to reclaim what belongs to her.
The former champion also emphasized her determination and resilience. Rosa made it clear that she will not let anyone deter her from her goals. She stated that she has been through hell and is willing to go through it again to achieve what she desires. Rosa’s nickname, “La Mera Mera,” which translates to “the best of the best,” holds true to her character. She believes in working hard and deserving what she was born for – excellence.
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Thunder Rosa’s story is a testament to the determination and resilience of athletes who face career-threatening injuries. Her journey serves as an inspiration to others who may be going through similar challenges. With her impending in-ring return, fans eagerly await to witness her excellence once again.