Source: The Telegraph

The Telegraph in the UK recently spoke with WWE NXT star Nicola Glencross, formerly known as Nikki Storm. The full interview is at this link and below are highlights:

If she was intimidated entering the male-dominated business back in 2008:

"It crossed my mind. but it was never a factor. If there have been obstacles or prejudices, they didn't matter to me they've driven me to succeed. I just get on with it. That's me."

The interviewer focusing on "women's wrestling" too much:

"Yes, there's always been fantastic women's wrestling, but then there's always been fantastic wrestling. For me, that's what it is, just wrestling."

What WWE success looks like from her:

"WrestleMania, baby. I know how driven and ambitious I am. I have this image of me holding up the Women's Championship, or making a Hall of Fame speech, years down the line. Those are the things I imagine for myself. I don't see any reason why I can't be there."

Check out the full interview with Glencross at this link.

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