Velvet Sky Shares Her Future Plans After Departing from NWA and More Updates

Velvet Sky Shares Her Future Plans After Departing from NWA and More Updates
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While Velvet Sky recently departed the National Wrestling Alliance, she is still interested in doing more commentary work for another company.

Speaking on a recent edition of “Busted Open Radio,” the former Beautiful People member opined on what’s next for her, the NWA locker room being a breath of fresh air, and more.


You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On if she wants to keep doing commentary: “I will say, I honestly had a blast at the NWA, in the commentary role. I like to try to be versatile in this industry, not just be known as Velvet Sky, the wrestler. When you put your whole youth into something and that part of of life comes to an end, it’s like, I’ve been in the industry since I was 20 years old. 22 years later, I’m still a part of it, even though I’m not active in the ring. I would like it to kind of stay that way, as far as being involved in the industry in some role. If I’m not, again, I’m totally fine because I’m totally at peace and I’m totally happy and satisfied with what I have done in the wrestling industry as far as being in IMPACT and my time in NWA as a commentator, which I really did enjoy. Joe and Tim, they took me under their wing, and I learned a lot from them. They showed me the ropes of commentary, and I still have a lot to learn. I feel like I was just getting my toes wet in commentary with the NWA. But good things had to come to end.”

On her time in the NWA: “I have nothing bad to say about the company, my time there. That locker room is a breath of fresh air. I wouldn’t mind trying commentary out again somewhere somehow. If it happened, great. If it didn’t, I’m more than satisfied with my time in wrestling and what I’ve done in wrestling, even though wrestling is in my blood, it’s in my heart, it’s in my soul. So of course I would always want to be a part of this industry in some way, shape, or form. So you never know. Never say never. But yes, I would honestly like to try out commentary somewhere or just being involved in wrestling as a whole would be great. If it doesn’t happen again, I’m cool. I’m good. I’m living life. I’m enjoying it. I’m good.”

In other news, Richard Holliday was a recent guest on the “Under the Ring” podcast to discuss his free agency, if he has any promotions in mind, and more.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On his free agency options: “I think that process, if and when it comes about, is gonna be one where it’s, where do I ultimately want to go? Where do I ultimately feel like I am going to flourish and be the best version of myself and have a long career there? There’s a lot of great options. The industry is very sublime right now, there’s so many great places to go and work and make a name for yourself and continue to etch yourself in history, however you want to spin it. There’s a lot out there.”

On if he has any promotions in mind: “I’ve got my eye on a few places and I like to think that they have their eye on eye. I’ve said this before, listen, I’m not in the boardrooms. I wake up every day as me, I go where I go, I put on the performances that I put on. Ultimately, if they want to underline my name in that said boardroom and have a discussion, then I’m open for it.”

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Former National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) wrestler Velvet Sky recently discussed her departure from the company and expressed her interest in pursuing more commentary work in the wrestling industry. In an interview on “Busted Open Radio,” Sky shared her thoughts on her time in the NWA, her desire to continue being involved in the industry, and her experience as a commentator.

During the interview, Sky expressed her enjoyment of the commentary role she had in the NWA and her desire to be versatile in the wrestling industry. She mentioned that after dedicating her youth to wrestling, she wants to continue being involved in some capacity. Sky acknowledged that while she still has a lot to learn about commentary, she had a great experience working with Joe and Tim in the NWA, who mentored her and taught her the ropes. She also mentioned that although good things had to come to an end, she is at peace and satisfied with what she has accomplished in her wrestling career.

Sky also spoke highly of the NWA locker room, describing it as a breath of fresh air. She expressed her gratitude for her time in the company and stated that she wouldn’t mind trying out commentary again in the future. However, she emphasized that if it doesn’t happen, she is content with her wrestling journey and is enjoying life.

In other news, Richard Holliday, a free agent wrestler, recently appeared on the “Under the Ring” podcast to discuss his options in the wrestling industry. Holliday mentioned that he is considering where he would ultimately flourish and have a long career. He acknowledged that there are many great options available in the industry and expressed his interest in certain promotions. While he is not privy to boardroom discussions, he remains open to opportunities that may arise.

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In conclusion, Velvet Sky’s departure from the NWA has not dampened her enthusiasm for the wrestling industry. She expressed her desire to continue being involved, particularly in commentary. Sky’s positive experience in the NWA and her appreciation for the locker room atmosphere demonstrate her passion for wrestling. Similarly, Richard Holliday’s free agency has opened up possibilities for him to explore different promotions and find the best fit for his career. Wrestling fans can stay informed about these developments and more through