Ruby Soho Says She Found Her Love Of Wrestling Again After AEW Debut

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Ruby Soho debuted for AEW at All Out and won the Women’s Casino Battle Royale. She will now be going on to face AEW Women’s Champion Britt Baker. Following the event, Soho took part in a press conference and commented on finding her love of wrestling again, and more. You can check out some highlights from the presser below:

On AEW helping her find her love of wrestling again: “So since I have been on national television, I have never held a title. Ever. I think, tonight, I have solidified my opportunity to potentially be the AEW Women’s Champion, which to me is the biggest honor that I could possibly have. So that’s, of course, a goal is to be able to hold gold for the first time on national television. Like that’s an amazing goal and it’s not one I take lightly. But I think I just want to find my love for wrestling again, and I think I found it tonight.”

On being a fan of Rancid and coming out to Ruby Soho at All Out: “I have been a fan of Rancid for a very, very long time. Coincidentally enough, I don’t know if you guys know this, but a lot of punk bands are big wrestling fans. Lars and I had became friends over the last couple years. I had kind of come upon a time where I was like, ‘Okay, I need to know what I’m gonna be called, where what my musics gonna be.’ He suggested, and like bestowed upon me Ruby Soho and the music and I’d never been so like, I was on camera. I was like, ‘Oh my god.’ Like I couldn’t even like contain my excitement, because it just seems surreal and it was hearing it tonight and coming out to and hearing people chant Ruby Soho and that’s me, was amazing. It was like all of my loves punk rock and professional wrestling like came together tonight. In this like, beautiful story that’s just indescribable.”

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