Toni Storm talks about her farewell to WWE



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Toni Storm talks about her farewell to WWE

In her appearance on Renee Paquette's The Session podcast, Toni Storm talked about her last months in WWE after moving up from NXT to the main roster. "My main goal in wrestling was to be on Raw or SmackDown, on the main roster.

on TV for WWE. I got there and realized pretty early on that it wasn't going to work. Also, I'm 26. I want to really enjoy this job. I want to have a good career and I want to enjoy a part of it. I hadn't been enjoying it in a long time and I left suddenly.

I woke up that morning not knowing I was going to quit that night. It wasn't what I thought was going to happen. A lot of people aren't having fun at all. For some people, it just works and for others, it just makes them miserable, and I think I fit into that category.

I think at that point it wasn't for me," she said.

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Toni Storm then went on to say: "I'm not mad about the booking. I certainly don't want to bury it. I don't want to say bad things about the place.

I think I had a lot of fun there most of the time. There were times when I had some very nice memories. It made me who I am. I feel like I grew up with them. (...) I'm not angry. I'm not mad at WWE. I have nothing against them.

I'm sure they have bigger fish than me to exploit. You know what I mean? For example, why does he care? People are being released from that place constantly. People are constantly leaving." When asked Renee by her, the wrestler replied: “He doesn't give a shit, so why should he give a damn? This won't work.

I know what's going to happen here. I'm just about to be sent back to catering again. I'm not going to be successful here. I know they see me as a little girl and I'm a beginner, but I like to think I've gravitated around wrestling long enough to know what's right and what's wrong for me, and what I like and what I don't like, and I just don't like it.

I thought my only purpose in life was to go to WWE, but then over time, I realized it's just pro wrestling that I love. I don't like a certain company. I love wrestling." Toni Storm was one of the h*ttest prospects in the world of professional wrestling when she was signed by WWE.

Storm won various accolades during her run in NXT and NX UK. However, the same amount of success was not transferred when she made her main roster debut. “Let’s just face it, they fire people left, right, and center out of the blue, and I could be fired next week, and then what’s the point? It just felt very pointless in the end, to be honest, and it’s been hard to convey that."