Vanessa Borne On Proposed Faction With Chelsea Green and Santana Garrett: ‘Maybe Down The Road You’ll See The Three Of Us Together’
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Vanessa Borne (real name Danielle Kamela) is currently waiting out her 90-day non-compete contract after being released from WWE. While some wondered if Borne would continue her journey in professional wrestling after being let go by the company, she has made it very clear that she’s eager to get back in the ring and that her career is far from over.
Last week, Vanessa Borne sat down with Mike Johnson of PWInsider to discuss her WWE career. During the interview, Borne revealed that former WWE Superstar Kairi Sane was one of her favorite opponents to wrestle:
“Everyone’s different; and I’ve had so many different experiences, like you said, with working different people. But one of my favorite people that I’ve had the chance to work with was Kairi. I’ve worked a lot of matches with her at live events and a few on TV, and they were just always so much fun. She always wanted to bring fun into the match, which I appreciated about her. She had a lot of great ideas. So, I loved working with Kairi, and I loved all of her moves. I loved selling for her. So, I guess I would have to say Kairi was one of my favorite opponents, but all of the other women I’ve worked… It’s always fun. It’s always a good time. I guess Kairi just was one of my favorites.”
Johnson also asked Vanessa Borne about the proposed faction for the WWE main roster that included herself, Chelsea Green, and Santana Garrett. Although the group never got to appear on WWE television, Borne teased that we could see the three of them together in another company in the not so distant future:
“We basically pitched all of the ideas for what we wanted the group to be about. Chelsea had her specific ideas. Santana had hers. I had mine. So, we were just trying to put those all together into different pitches we could give to potentially get our group on TV. Yeah, I want to say we were working on that for two to three weeks, maybe even four before they were like, ‘Okay, it’s not going to happen anymore.’ Which I feel like an all female faction would have been really cool because they didn’t have one at the time. I don’t think they have one right now either. So that’s why I was like, it would have been fun to be able to do and bring to television; but that didn’t work out. Now, all of us are free agents, so who knows. Maybe down the road you’ll see the three of us together.”
Are you surprised that Vanessa Borne was never given a real chance on the WWE main roster? Would you like to see her form that faction with Chelsea Green and Santana Garrett elsewhere? Let us know your thoughts by sounding off in the comments section below.