Yahoo Sports is featuring an interview with Brie Bella where she talks about recent in-ring return to WWE and the hiccup in the ring involving a suicide dive.
Brie admitted that while she physically prepared for a return to the ring, she said getting back in the ring and in shape for wrestling is two different things.
“No matter how hard you work out outside of the ring, I have a personal trainer, I do so much conditioning, I could probably go run a marathon and kill it, but in-ring endurance you only get by having matches and that’s the one thing that really woke me up. I was so blown up at the end of the match trying to catch my breath.”
Brie also addressed the nearly missed suicide dive spot on RAW.
“With any type of physical body change, it changes so much. Even last week on ‘Raw’ when I did the suicide dive and it was less momentum than I should have had, I forgot that I’m 10 pounds heavier than what I was. Gravity doesn’t lie. That was a little different for me. I don’t mind if I fail or if I succeed. No matter what, I want to look back with no regrets. If I fail, last week for example, I went to sleep at night and I was kind of bummed out, but I learned something about myself. I learned where my body is at, where I am at.”
Dolph Ziggler on his time as a caddy on TV
WWE has posted a clip from a recent “Story Time” episode on the WWE Network where Dolph Ziggler looked back at his short-lived role as a caddy for Chavo Guerrero on TV.