Ruby Soho Discusses Signing With AEW, Britt Baker, More

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Ruby Soho, formerly known as Ruby Riott in WWE, made her AEW debut at the All Out pay-per-view event. She spoke about it with Sports Illustrated. Here are the highlights: 

Her debut: 

“My heart was beating all the way up in my neck,” says Soho, who won the Casino Battle Royale, immediately cementing her place in AEW. “Up until All Out, I didn’t know that was possible.”

“I fell back in love with professional wrestling at that moment,” Soho says. “I was elated. These people accepted me. They understand me; they understood my journey. That gave me a fire I haven’t felt in a long time. These people were ready to see me thrive, and there is no better stage to do that than in AEW.”

Signing with AEW: 

“Choosing AEW wasn’t a difficult decision,” Soho says. “I had been a fan of AEW long before I left WWE. I could sense there was something very special and very different about this company. Now that I’m here, I am beginning to realize it was the home I have always been searching for. This is where I belong, and I’m honored to have the opportunity to be here.”

Britt Baker: 

“Britt Baker is one of the hardest working people in the industry,” Soho says. “But I know she has never stepped into the ring with someone like me. I don’t know if she’s ready for the fight I’m going to bring her. Now that I’m in AEW, I can’t wait for people to see how I work alongside some of the most talented women in the world. And I’m really excited for the moment when people see me knock Britt Baker’s teeth down her throat.”

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