NWA Women’s World Champion Allysin Kay recently sat down with Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com for an exclusive interview where she discussed her experiences working with WWE and Impact Wrestling.
Mae Young Classic feedback:
“I got so much good feedback that I almost thought people were lying to me,” said Kay. “Because when something like that happens, everyone goes into something like that thinking “okay, my ultimate goal is to get a contract” or something like that. If that doesn’t happen you think, “well I did something wrong.” But nobody had anything bad to say. So it was weird. It was weird to get so much good feedback at the same time. A lot of people have told me that was their favorite match from the Classic from the first round or from the whole thing. I actually just tweeted about it today because it’s one year ago today that the first tapings were. So that was my first match back after eight months was at the Mae Young Classic. (As far as a contract) I wouldn’t say I expected one, but of course it’s a possibility. Everyone that’s going through their doors, there’s a possibility of a contract. So it’s an option. And I mean at that point my biggest goal was just to survive and have a great match because it was a really big stage to come back on.”
Where she stands with Impact Wrestling:
“Oh, man. When I first got to Impact I feel like it changed five times in the first month. There were so many changes going on already, so I can only imagine how people who had been there for years felt. I’m still on good terms with Impact and the office and at Impact and all that. Some of my best friends still work there. I mean, anything is possible. I don’t think I’ve burned any bridges, I don’t think.”
Credit to Fightful.com for the transcription.