Former WWE star recalls her training session with Bayley

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Former WWE star recalls her training session with Bayley

Many WWE Superstars in recent months have been sent home, being fired overnight, due to some cuts that the Stamford-based federation has seen fit to implement on its rosters, which were part of some even more cuts. large budgets wanted by the McMahons in the last two years.

As early as April 2020, a chasm of releases had opened that included great athletes such as Rusev, Zack Ryder or Gallows & Anderson. All of them are back in those releases that WWE has entrusted to all those athletes who did not have a bright future on its television screens because the creative team had run out of ideas for them.

In all these layoffs, last year there was also Tay Conti, a Brazilian athlete who was part of the NXT rings, who eventually went to work in the AEW rings, where we have already seen her at Dynamite several times. Last year, Bayley's reign was brought to an end when she lost the title to former best friend Sasha Banks, who in turn lost it to current champion Bianca Belair at WrestleMania 37.

In his latest interview with Oral Sessions, Tay wanted to remember her tryout match with WWE, that is, that contest not recorded by cameras but which wasn't broadcast on TV, where an athlete shows off with the management and the various scouts who flocked.

for the event, to be able to get a contract with the McMahon-owned company.

Tay Conti talks about her tryout match with Bayley in WWE

In this interview, Tay Conti could not help but underline how annoying, but at the same time also helpful was Bayley, present at the event, who did nothing but scream at her.

Conti said, "I remember Bayley very well because she screamed at me all the time. Yeah ... It was crazy because honestly, I had no idea what I was doing. I'll be 100% honest, no idea. But, thanks to my background, I was like, 'This is a competition and I want to win.'

And at the same time, I was like, 'What do you win? I don't even know. But since there are a lot of people, it's a competition and I have to be the best.' That was my mentality. And I didn't even know a word in English.

Stuff I couldn't even say 'Hi' at the time, right? I had to first look at what they were doing and then try to do it again. I had to copy what other people were doing because I didn't even have a clue of what to do.

But in the end, it was fun. It was a great opportunity that I will never forget. And I still remember Bayley, whenever I moved or finished something, she was there and screamed 'AHH', right in my face. She motivated me, I was like 'Hell yes, I like it.' "