Former Impact Wrestling and Ring Of Honor women's wrestler Taeler Hendrix recently sat down for an interview with GO Pro Wrestling to discuss her current endeavour. She said she is honored to be known as a person who starts women's divisions since being instrumental in both Women Of Honor and currently the women's division in National Pro Wrestling League. Hendrix also said she was the first woman to be part of TNA's 'Gut Check' competition
When she was asked when fans will get to see her in WWE, Hendrix gave a very definitive answer
"Never," said Hendrix. Never. "I am with National Pro Wrestling League and I am very happy. I found a home for myself, I found a brand that I can believe in, and I can help revolutionize. And, honestly, not many women can they're there for the starting of a division. And this just isn't any division, let's be clear. This isn't just an independent. This is a TV program. This is a revolutionary program. How many women are going to be able to say that?"
While she has no plans to sign with WWE, she wishes them the best but is content with her current status as a women's competitor in NPWL
"I wish the WWE best, but I know where my home's at, I know where my heart's at, and I go where I'm really appreciated," Hendrix said. "I go where I'm gonna see the most potential for myself. For all of my dreams, my hopes, my aspirations. Have I had opportunities with the WWE? Yes. Have I had opportunities with TNA, Ring of Honor? Yes. I've done, in this business, almost everything I've ever wanted to do to some level, in some way, shape, or form. So, I think that's really cool for the little girl in me that watched it growing up to be able to say."
Hendrix gives credit to the feud between Trish Stratus and Victoria as the feud that sparked her interesting in wanting to become a wrestler and also credits Sherri Martel, Velvet McIntyre and The Ultimate Warrior as strong personalities that continued her interest while doing her research by watching older wrestling videos