India’s Kavita Devi, has done a few interviews following her showing in the Mae Young Classic tournament. Devi has now spoken with the Times Of India about her possibly becoming the first Indian female champion in the history of WWE. Devi says that being a champion is a major goal for her, discusses her thoughts on not making it out of the first round of the MYC along with much more.
Here are the highlights:
The Experience Of Being In The Mae Young Classic:
“It was a great experience. To compete in the ring with some of the best wrestlers from across the world is something I have never done before. I got to be around them and learn a lot from each of them. I believe this will make me stronger as a performer.”
Does She Think She Will Make Her Mark In WWE?:
“I surely will. I have the technique, the skills and the strength and it’s not as much about looks as it is about the fan following, which I can get if I succeed. I am learning how to perform for the crowd, ‘showmanship’ as they call it. Talent toh hai hi, baaki sab bhi aa jayega dheere-dheeere.”
Becoming The First Indian Female Champion:
“I have full faith in myself and I have the support of Indian wrestling fans behind me. I want to be the first WWE Women’s Champion from India and I will give my best to achieve that. Baaki sab toh time aane par pata chalega.”