Working No Way Out with Kane, Daniel Bryan and CM Punk: "It is the most mind-blowing thing to me. I feel like everything happens for a reason and everything comes around full circle"
Hoping to leave her mark at WrestleMania 29: "The basic kid in you wants to be in a video game and wants to have an action figure and so those are two things [that] I'm really looking forward to one day. But the ultimate goal, as a woman in this industry, is to be the Champion."
AJ revealed that her family came up through rough times and she decided at age 12 she wanted to be a wrestler: "I had a bunch of part time jobs. I was a janitor at day care. I was a cashier. And I just did that to support my family, but I wanted a little bit more money because I had to support wrestling school.
"I knew that I didn't look like everybody else so I wasn't going to take the traditional route of everybody so I kind of needed to learn my craft and just get myself there no matter what."
AJ said her inspirations while watching WWE were Trish Stratus, Lita, Molly Holly and Stephanie McMahon.
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