"It's hard to say, because we never really know what they're thinking," Eve admitted. "As much as people think we really know what's going on, we really don't. On Mondays at 4 PM, half the time I have no idea what's going on. Right now, we have a great group of girls – hungry girls – who all want to contribute to the Diva division. That's what I really care about. Obviously, I'm delighted that I'm part of an interesting storyline, but whatever I can do to help this division and get it back on top is just something that I – and all of the other girls – am willing to do, whether that means helping new talent that comes up or re-polishing the talent that already exists on the roster.
Eve also discussed winning the Divas search, being terrified of clowns, if she'd try her hand at MMA and more. You can check out the full interview by clicking here.
- WWE.com has an article looking at 20 outfits that "made a statement." Some of the attire profiled includes Ric Flair's robe at WrestleMania XXIV, The Undertaker at Survivor Series 1996, Jerry "The King" Lawler at WrestleMania XXVII, Dusty Rhodes' polka dots, Demolition, Triple H at WrestleMania 22 and Sting's black and white gear. You can check out the full article here.
- WWE posted this video of Brodus Clay promoting Hot Pocket's "Pocket Like It's Hot" music video, in which he has a cameo:
You can check out the full "Pocket Like It's Hot" video below: