Nyla Rose was recently a guest on Complex Unsanctioned, where she spoke about the difference between wrestling across countries.
“In America, you tell people you’re a wrestler and they’re like, ‘Is it the fake s**t?’ That’s the first thing they say! Ok, even if it was or wasn’t that’s like hella disrespectful because I just told you I do it. Like why would your immediate reaction be ‘let me s**t on it,’ that’s wild.”
On her time in Japan:
“I wrote [on my customs form] ‘entertainer/professional wrestler.’ The customs agent, who damn well has no idea who Nyla Rose is, reads this and goes ‘professional wrestler!?' I made his day like he met a doctor or a president or something. Just respected on a different level there.”
“It wasn’t that they cared I was Nyla Rose. They were just happy to meet a wrestler. Wrestling means so much you could be whoever but wrestling as a form of entertainment brings so many people happiness and so much enjoyment, they were just happy to meet a wrestler.”
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