Madison Rayne recently sat down for an interview with The Mirror and below are highlights from that interview
Madison Rayne on all the opportunities she’s had this year:
“I don’t want to toot my own horn and say that I was sought after by everyone and highly in demand but I am thankful for and humbled by all of the opportunities that this year has presented me. I’ve been able to work for IMPACT Wrestling, compete once again for the Knockouts Championship, which is very special to me and has held a large portion of important moments in my career, and to finally have been able to wrestle for WWE and be part of something as big as the Mae Young Classic, which has been a highlight of my career. Earlier this summer being able to compete for the Women of Honor championship was incredible and to be part of that first tournament to crown the first ever WOH champion and then to be part of All In, which was such an incredible, history-making moment… it’s just all felt really good. But when it came down to making the decision for what was best for me and my career, it just felt like ROH was that perfect fit. There’s just something very special about the locker room and for me at this point in my career, being part of good energy and being a part of something bigger than myself [is important].
“I think helping grow Women of Honor in the way I hope I was able to help grow the Knockouts division, that’s what feels good to me, that’s what feels right. Ring of Honor have always brought something different and something special to the table and I’m looking forward to the next year. I’m equal parts excited and nervous for what’s to come. My gut told me Ring of Honor was where I needed to call home moving forward.”