In an amusing recent episode of the famous Interesting! Podcast Delmi Exo, the current MLW Featherweight Champion, shared a comical anecdote about her initial reaction to a career-changing offer from Major League Wrestling (MLW).
Known for her honesty and spontaneity, Exo recalled the morning when the momentous email arrived. "Like any other morning, I woke up to the sound of my alarm, grabbed my phone, and quickly skimmed through my notifications," she began her story.
Among the myriad notifications was an email from MLW, an offer for the Featherweight Championship. Still bleary-eyed and not entirely awake, Exo misinterpreted the gravity of the email and swiped it away, considering it a part of her pre-dawn routine of snoozing alarms and clearing notifications.
The champion playfully explained, "If you're someone who sets a bunch of alarms, you know exactly what I'm talking about." This humorous admission instantly resonated with listeners, portraying a relatable side of her personality.
Dreams Confound Exo's MLW Offer Perception
What followed was even more amusing. Exo went back to sleep and dreamt about the same offer, which added to her confusion when she woke up later that day. The peculiar blend of reality and dream led her to believe that the significant offer was a figment of her imagination.
"So when I woke up, I had cleared that notification out, and I thought it was just a dream. So I went on my day thinking I wasn't offered the championship," Exo candidly admitted, which had the podcast audience in stitches.
The comedy of errors didn't end there.
Only on the following day, when Exo checked her emails again, she realized the magnitude of her oversight. "Oh god," she recollected her reaction with laughter, adding another layer of hilarity to her already entertaining narrative.
Delmi Exo's humorous recount of her journey to becoming the MLW Featherweight Champion offered fans a lighthearted peek into her life. The story served as a testament to her down-to-earth personality and underscored her status as a beloved figure in the wrestling world, both in and outside the ring.