Ruby Soho sends an emotional message to her former friends

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Ruby Soho sends an emotional message to her former friends

The Riott Squad was a stable that contributed to the fame of the WWE women's division for some time, before being completely dismantled by some events bigger than them. Between the operation that Ruby Soho had to undergo and the firing of Sarah Logan who later had a child with Erik of the Viking Raiders, the three got lost, but only in the ring.

Ruby Soho recently spoke to The New York Post about the lifestyle of Sarah Logan, who practically lives on a farm, where Ruby moved to be close to her.

Ruby Soho's message

“I often tell a lot of people that I want you to imagine the exact opposite of the lifestyle you think I would live and which is the lifestyle I live.

It was a pretty easy decision. I moved here I think in February, probably closer to March than last year. I am the godmother of Sarah's son Cash and he asked me to be as much a part of his life as possible. I love that baby to death and she is one of my best friends.

So it was an easy choice and I managed to find this farm in the middle of nowhere. And I managed to get some horses and I have a place where my dogs can run. I found peace there," Ruby Soho said. After Liv Morgan's big push against Becky Lynch for the Raw women's title, which also led her to fight in pay-per-view on Day 1, Ruby Soho obviously felt very proud of her friend.

"I couldn't be prouder of that girl. I'll get emotional if I start talking about it. She was kind of put in a position where she's now alone, when she always had one of us next to her to lead her, she took the baton and runs with it.

so fast that no one can see it because it is thriving right now. She's doing it on her own, she's finding herself. She is finding her voice and her skill in the ring, she is at the top of her skills. I told her after her match.

It is a pleasure and an honor to be able to watch and to be able to say that I have been a small part of her journey seeing where she is now because she is a star." The current AEW Women's Champion, Britt Baker, has a lot of enemies.

Baker has repeatedly attacked Ruby Soho and could regret her actions in the long run. Soho is definitely being built up as a champion, much like in the manner Darby Allin was. Allin is far more brooding, but both stars are relentless underdogs.

Once she recovers from her recent loss at the hands of Jade Cargill, Soho should get back at fighting hard to win AEW gold in 2022.