During the interview, Torres said that leaving WWE was one of the most difficult decision that she ever had to make, and that she wants to be involved and represent the company any way she can. She was also asked if she would be returning to the Divas division in the future.
"I don't see it happening," Torres admitted. "But I know myself enough to know that I'm not going to sit here and say that it's never going to happen. I just don't know what the next few years will bring. Like I said, if things go as planned in my life, and I start a family or anything like that, then probably not. But who knows? There are people who have families and still come back. Right now I don't see it coming, but I still have dreams about matches, I will tell you that."
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