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Emily Jaye Discusses Her Relationship With Heath, Lodi Recalls His Post-Match Heart Attack



Appearing on Taylor Wilde’s “Wilde On” podcast, Emily Jaye discussed her connection to Impact Wrestling’s Heath akin to a daughter and father.

Jaye spoke about her relationship with Heath and Tyler Breeze.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On her relationship with Heath: “He has brought me in as one of his kids [laughs]. We met for the first time when I was like 12 at a WWE house show. I claim him as my actual dad, like that is my actual dad [laughs]. I texted him on my birthday and I was like, ‘I know damn well you didn’t forget my birthday’ and we got on the phone for like two hours just shooting shit.”

On Heath giving Tyler Breeze a heads up about her before her first day at his wrestling school: “Literally the first day I walked into Flatbacks, Breeze pulled me into a room and was like, ‘You’re Emily, right?’ I was like, ‘Yeah, I don’t know if you know that just from the email’ and he was like ‘Heath texted me’. I was like, ‘Of course he did.’”

In other news, Lodi is recovering from the quintuple bypass surgery that he underwent in June, and he discussed the post-match heart attack that caused him to undergo the surgery.

Lodi recently spoke with QC News about the whole incident, and you can check out some highlights from the interview below:

On driving to the hospital amid the heart attack: “I’m [thinking at the time] like, ‘God, just don’t let me hurt anyone because we all know how Macho Man Randy Savage died.’… I was doubled over and driving one hand and trying to keep my eyes on the road.”

On the doctor’s visit where he learned it was a heart attack: “They showed the three major arteries. The first two were blocked at 100%. The last one, they call it the Widow Maker. If that gets blocked, you are more than likely going to die. It was blocked at 90%… “It was serious. And it was scary.”

On his wrestling future: “Without me even questioning her, my nurse looked at me and said, you know you’re going to wrestle again… I know God was with me through all of this. I’m going to rehab and work on getting me better.”

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