Former WWE wrestler Candice Michelle was interviewed by Nick Hausman of Wrestling Inc. to talk about her stint with the company. There he remembered the love story he starred in with Vince McMahon and reveals what was the worst fight of his career. Here are the most outstanding statements.
I remember kissing Vince was uncomfortable.
I think there were two or three people watching us, I don’t remember well to be honest. In those days it was normal for Vince or any fighter to go from one girl to another. I did what they told me because it was part of my job despite feeling uncomfortable. There was no intimacy, we didn’t think of it as being actresses who are going to win an Emmy nomination or something. We were young and dumb and innocent and we were happy working in WWE.
Most of the match stipulations for Divas like Playboy Pillow Fights or Wet-n-Wild I didn’t like. The worst fight of my life was when we fought with pudding. I mean, we had pudding even in our ears. Women we saw those fights as an opportunity to be in front of the camera, they all did great but how did you hit or do a DDT on someone’s body with pudding? I think it’s a terrible fight.
But at the end of the day,
it was all part of building our tenacity in the ring. I never felt like I got to the point of saying no, I won’t do that. in my life. I did magazine sessions, I was a model, I did not mind showing the body but when you get a match at WrestleMania and you realize the importance and level that it means and then they tell you ‘we can have a bed, you will be in a bikini with a Your robe is on and you have to take it off until your bikini shows. I remember Torrie and I were sitting wondering how will we fight like that? We had a lot of fun, it’s true but I wish our times were like this.