Brie Bella spoke with Belfast Telegraph on a number of wrestling topics. Here are some of the highlights:
WWE signing the first women from India and the Middle East:
"I think it's incredible. I just love when you see how the world is becoming more open, and you're seeing women in WWE especially breaking these barriers. We're literally witnessing history. It's open to any country in the world to now be a part of WWE."
WrestleMania's main event involving women:
"I feel like for women we're on the way to main eventing WrestleMania. I feel like we're on the way to where it won't even be about the women and the men, but just Superstars. I really love that, and I couldn't be more proud of the women in WWE."
WWE as a platform to inspire younger women:
"There is nothing like a strong, confident woman for young girls to look up to. I am so grateful I have a daughter who in the future can turn on WWE and see these women, and follow them and see that they're good people, to see them doing all these things for charity, but also to see how confident they are. I think that's so important, to teach young girls confidence. The fact they can look up to these WWE wrestlers, and be like 'I'm going to stand up for myself.' We're so lucky to have this many women in WWE, for young girls to look up to."
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Source: Belfast Telegraph