Lilian Garcia explains how AEW can be good for the industry

Garcia is a Spanish-American retired ring announcer and singer best known for her time with WWE

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Lilian Garcia explains how AEW can be good for the industry

After joining WWE, Lilian García became a fixture in professional sports with performances for the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, the National Hockey League and Major League Baseball.

She also performed at the 1996 Summer Olympics, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, Dancing with the Stars and as an opening act for James Brown. García's first single, "Shout", debuted at No.

69 on the Billboard H*t 100 in October 2002. On her reaction to the news, Garcia said in 2007, "When my single came out years ago, and it was just a single, I remember the very first week it charted No. 69, and I was screaming as I grabbed Billboard, running down the streets of New York, holding it up and screaming, 'I made Billboard!

I made Billboard!' I'm dreaming for that moment again." In a recent interview with Sporting News, Garcia explained how AEW can be good for the industry: “Look, I think any time you have competition, it’s good for everybody.

Look at what it did for WCW and WWE. Competition brings more attention, it makes people even better and work even harder all the way around – from the Superstars to the writers to everybody. Competition is good in life.

And I think it’s great because it gives a platform for more Superstars to even work. I’m all for competition and Vince McMahon himself has said he’s always up for competition, so no one is complaining”.

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