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Kylie Rae Speaks With Women's Wrestling Weekly On Being AAW Women's Champion & More...

Updated: Aug 14, 2020

Kylie Rae recently spoke with Women's Wrestling Weekly in a recent interview, here are some highlights.

Kylie Rae Talks about winning the AAW Women’s Championship:

"I’m still speechless. I had no idea, honestly. And when it happened, it was everything I ever dreamed of pretty much because I grew up in Chicago. AAW is, I think the longest running company in Chicago. So I grew up a fan of it and then they didn’t even have a women’s division until last year. And then they crowned a women’s champion and then that’s a goal you strive for… it's one day being women’s champion. And it finally happened. It was amazing, I knew about the match."

Kylie Rae Talks About Training at Booker T’s School:

"I’ve always been a fan of Booker T, so when I first moved to Texas, I never thought that I would be able to be at his school. I was still training up in Chicago a little bit, but I was like oh my god this is like the end all be all of training faculties. They only accept certain people who are in the best shape and the best wrestlers. So when I had my first meeting there , I was extremely overwhelmed nervous, I was shaking. You first day they put you through the ringer to see what you are able to withstand. Where you conditioning is , where your head is at, how advanced you are in your training. So, I guess I passed the test because I was there training with them the next day. It was just cool to see Booker T, teaching you...

You have this form of respect for him, unlike anything; I felt for a trainer before because he has been where you want to be in wrestling.At least where I want to be in wrestling. Like WWE is hopefully one day my goal and one day I would love to be there. And he knows exactly what they are looking for and he runs his training facility pretty much how the performance center is run and you can’t ask for better training than that. He looks for things that not many other trainers are able to look for."

Kylie Ray Talks About Her WWE Try Out:

"Leading up to it, just like the pressure and most like the fear of the unknown because you always hear about the try outs and you can watch them online. But you don’t you realize how hard it is till you get there and there is really no way to prepare for it. So you can do all the conditioning you want. But you are there pretty much for 3 days from 8 to 5. So what they don't teach you about is how sore your going to be and how to deal with that soreness."

Kylie Ray Talks About Her Experience With AJ Styles:

"I would love to wrestle him. I feel like he is a big reason why I got my try out to begin with. I had done extra work a couple of months before the try out and after my practice match when we were there, he had pulled me aside and basically told me’ keep doing what you are doing. You are on the right track'. I was so starstruck and crying in his face. And I think he had gone up to management basically [and said], ‘I don't know what she has to do, I don’t know what the process is to get a try out but she needs a try out."

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