|By Marc Middleton | June 16, 2012 | Comments|
Source: NorthJersey.comWWE Diva AJ Lee recently spoke with NorthJersey.com to promote Sunday's No Way Out pay-per-view. Here are some highlights:
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."
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