Britt Baker recently sat down for an interview on an episode of Rasslin’ with Brandon F. Walker to talk about a wide range of topics.
Baker won the AEW Women’s World Title at Double Or Nothing by beating Hikaru Shida. She spoke about the title win.
“[It was] surreal,” shared Baker. “When we were going towards the end of the match, the crowd was shaking. Anything I was kicking out of, reversing, anything. They were so loud. It was truly electric. I had goosebumps. And when the bell rang and I won, it was deafening. And it’s cool and it’s surreal, and it’s everything you’ve ever dreamed of. And then even when it happens, it’s like, ‘Am I dreaming still? Is this happening?’
“Because they’re not supposed to like me, remember. They’re supposed to hate me. I’m not nice. I’m an ass on TV. I say what everyone else is thinking but [that] their filter won’t allow them to say, I say it anyway. Self-absorbed? Sure. But am I wrong? No. And, you know, people say, ‘She’s a delusional role model.’ No, I’m not. I’m a legit role model, I just beat it into your head a hundred times. But then I think so many people are just behind my growth and my rise to the top, and this new era that I talk about, the Era of the D.M.D. And I think that is why the crowd was so behind me.”
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