|By Daniel Pena | August 20, 2012 | Comments|
"What a fun interview this was for us to conduct. These girls were great story tellers, and their chemistry together was amazing as you will see when you watch this interview. They play off each other amazing. We talked all about their pre WWE history as soccer players and models and talked about their 2006 Diva Search contest which they lost. Then we chat with them for hours about their entire WWE career. You will hear stories all about every girl in the company. From Beth Phinoex, Kelly Kelly, Katie Lee, Mickie James, Gail Kim, Kharma, Layla, Alicia Fox, Michelle McCool to everyone in between. You will hear about how Bri got off screen feeling for Daniel Bryan which lead to a real life relationship...There are plenty of road stories and backstage scoops. If your a fan of the WWE you will love this career perspective interview."
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