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Birth name: Savelina Fanene aka Nia Jax
Born: May 29th, 1984
From: Sydney, Australia
NXT Debut: October 14th, 2015
Billed: San Diego, California
WWE Debut: July 25th, 2016
Nia Jax is a force to be reckoned with in the women's division. She aims to prove to be the most dominant and fierce competitor that stepped in the ring. Jax is of Samoan and German ancestry, and a member of the Anoa'i family. She is also the cousin of Dwayne Johnson (The Rock). Jax signed with WWE in early 2014, where she started out in the developmental. Jax eventually made her in-ring debut on May 9th at an NXT house show in Jacksonville, Florida, where she teamed up with Devin Taylor against Bayley and Carmella. On August 22, during the NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn pay per view event, a vignette aired teasing Jax's on screen debut. After making her NXT debut in October, Jax has been an unstoppable force taking on the likes of Bayley and Asuka.
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Nia Jax Talks When She Plans To Go After The Women’s Title...
 
Published by:
  2017/11/21
 

Nia Jax and Alexa Bliss recently spoken with Mayer Nissim of Digital Spy to discuss Total Divas, the Women’s Title, and Nia Jax absence from RAW! Read the interview below

Digital Spy asked WWE Superstars Alexa Bliss and Nia Jax if they thought Alison Brie and co could compete in the WWE.

Nia: “It’s funny, because everybody thinks they can do what we do. I welcome them to try.”

“They’ve got to do what everybody else does, because there’s a long list of people at NXT who are working their asses off every day that are trying to come take our position as well.”

Alexa added: “There are people that have been there for three or four years.

“If they can commit that time, let them go to NXT. Let them start from scratch and see if they wanna do it.”

Nia continued: “Let them learn the business and get the respect that everybody has to earn when they get into the business.”

That sounds like a challenge.

Alexa Bliss is the current WWE Raw Women’s Champion, and the only woman to have held both the Raw and SmackDown belts – twice each in fact.

We asked her how she’s managed such success in such a relatively short time, but Nia got in there first with the answer.

Nia: “She’s a devious bitch! A devious bitch.” “A cheater, that’s what she is, that’s why!”

Bliss didn’t disagree.

Alexa: “I’ll own it,” she said. “I’ll do whatever it takes to win… I’ll cheat, I don’t care.

“You have to do what you’ve gotta do to win. There’s no fair in fighting, so I’ll do whatever it takes.

“Whether it’s cheating? Yeah, it’s frowned upon, but it doesn’t make you disqualified. Do I care about anyone frowning at me? No way, I don’t care.”

Despite powering her way through most of the NXT and Raw rosters, Nia Jax has always been half a step away from gold herself. We wanted to know why, but this time it was Alexa’s turn to interrupt.

Alexa: “She’s not going to,” she laughed.

Nia: “She’s devious! Right now I’m just trying to set a precedent for a woman, a bigger woman, curvier women.”

“I am athletic, I can move, I can do a lot of things, I can kick ass and take names.”

“Whenever I’m ready to go after this title in a serious match and this little bitch over here doesn’t try to sneak her way out of it, then I’ll get it.”

Devious or otherwise, Alexa Bliss will be repping Raw at Survivor Series in a Champion vs Champion match against Natalya and we asked how she would ensure she comes out on top.

Alexa: “Last year I was on the SmackDown side and we lost, and I remember the girls were just livid.”

“I know that they’re coming back with a vengeance and the SmackDown roster is really talented.

“The fact that I know that they’re gunning for Raw, that just makes it so much more important that we have to show that Raw is the superior brand.

“We’re the more dominant brand, and I can prove that by beating Natalya.”

Nia added: “Obviously I’m the most dominant woman in the WWE, and I’m on Team Raw, so that basically answers your question.”

Jax recently took a short time away from WWE TV, sparking hundreds of articles claiming that she’d stormed off, unhappy with her booking.

It was claimed that she’d lent on the shoulders of her cousin, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, to iron out her problems, a suggestion that more than annoys her.

Nia: “It was pretty funny.” “I got a little bit of a break. I was off for a live event for a couple of weeks.

“We had a tour coming up and I was just off, because we were cycling some girls on. I had mentioned that I wouldn’t mind a break to recoup, because I’d been tired.

“I got that from the office and it was easy, because I was ready to come on tour when I got back. I unplugged from social media just to really relax my mind and reset and I started getting messages from fellow co-workers asking me if I was okay.”

“The story just took on a life of its own and it was quite entertaining. The only one that really upset me the most was that they like to bring in my famous cousin of course. It bothers me when everybody tries to dirty or tarnish my family’s name, and it was a completely false article. I usually don’t pay attention to that kind of stuff – that was the only one that upset me.”

Alexa said: “The thing is, we all take breaks. It just became public knowledge, it just became something out of control.”

If you only watch WWE pay-per-views… and Raw, SmackDown, 205Live AND NXT, you may STILL be missing out on one of the best bits of WWE TV. Total Divas. Now in its seventh season, the E! reality show takes a look at the lives of the female WWE Superstars both in and outside of the square circle. Alongside Ms Money in the Bank Carmella, Bliss and Jax have joined this year’s run, and they say the difference between working in the ring and reality TV is night and day.

Alexa: “With NXT you have TV that you have once a month, and with Total Divas you have a camera in your face 24-7. You’re constantly miked up, you’ve got to be aware of that.”

Nia: “Plus in NXT you’re kind of coddled. You get a coach who takes care of you, you’ve got people who take care of you. With Total Divas you’re on your own!”

On the first episode of season seven, both women contributed to an absolutely classic moment: Maryse totally losing it when Nia asks if she’s ever been in a Gauntlet Match.

Throughout the ensuing barney, Alexa just looks on with a face pitched somewhere between concerned and utterly bewildered.

Alexa said: “First of all, Maryse came at Nia way hot – way too hot… I knew if I said anything I’d get my head bitten off by Maryse.

“And I know Nia can defend herself and put anyone in their place. So I was just standing there, waiting for it to end.”

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Big Show Talks Mentoring Nia Jax and Her Match Against Sasha Ban...
 
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  2017/08/23
 

Big Show is now happily taking on the role of mentoring the next generation of WWE Superstars. One of his latest projects is helping take the dominant Nia Jax to the next level. Big Show said, “It is a testament to Sasha’s ability and a testament to Nia Jax as well. I’ve been trying to help Nia a little bit on the side.” WWE’s largest athlete sees the unlimited amount of potential in Jax and her hard-hitting style. “I want to make her understand what the business is about and what her role in it is. Those two on Raw put on one heck of an amazing competition. For me, at 45 years old and being a 23-year veteran, I got lost in the match,” Big Show gleefully said. He continued, “I got to be a fan while watching it. I was hollering up and down in the gorilla position. Seeing all those counters…it was such a great and competitive well-done match.”

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Nia Jax Discuss Body Positivity, Her In-Ring Character, and More...
 
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  2017/08/05
 

Nia Jax spoke to Metro Sport about a number of topics, including her Women’s Championship aims, being body-positive and who is going to win Games of Thrones…

Hi Nia, where in the world are you right now?

“Let’s set the scene… I am currently sitting backstage finishing getting my hair done and getting ready to start the show tonight.”

How much preparation does it take to get ready for a show?

“I really take pride in doing my own make-up all the time which takes me about 40 minutes, and my hair takes another 15 to 20 minutes. Putting on my gear is probably another 15 minutes, so all in all I don’t think an hour and a half is too bad!”

You’re now a featured talent on Raw alongside Alexa Bliss. What’s life like on the main roster?

“Right now I’m honoured to be where I am so short into my WWE career. I know that being so different does award me some things that I’m getting, but I’m grateful.”

“Alexa and I have been best friends since I tried out in NXT, she was one of the first people to help me and ever since we’ve been close. We call ourselves Team Rude because we’re super goofy, and that’s literally one of the words that you’ll hear out of our mouths when we’re talking.

Hopefully I can continue bringing new things to the table and staying on top.”

How cool is it to you that a lot of men seem to be enjoying what you and Alexa are doing on TV?

“It’s funny because I always say to Alexa that we’ll go to an arena and out of the 30 shirts I see in front of me, there’s probably 20 men wearing her Little Miss Alexa shirt. It’s great to see men enjoying seeing females wrestler, and the entertainment that we’re providing.”

Your off-screen personality is very different to the character you portray on screen. How difficult is it to turn that physical and villainous side on?

“I feel that everybody has a little bit of sass, attitude and badassery in them so it’s not very hard! I’ve been in situations where people have irritated me and I’ve had to take care of business so I know how to handle that when I’m in the ring, and channel that towards the women who are there with me.”

 You’re very keen to speak out and promote self love and body positivity. What advice can you give anyone struggling with their self worth?

“The advice I have always taken from my mom is that beauty does not come from the out, it comes from within. My mom has always told me that no matter how beautiful you are on the outside, if you have an ugly personality and aren’t a good person at heart, then that does nothing for you.”

“Loving yourself and being happy and positive, that’s where true beauty comes from. I get styled and have pounds of make-up put on which is cool and all, but if I walk out with a bad attitude and have crappy negative ways, then nobody would think twice about me.”

“I definitely feel that if somebody is struggling with themselves and how they look, they need to really channel the positivity within.”

You posted a picture of yourself in a bathing suit a couple of months ago. How significant was that decision?

“When I did it I didn’t think it would get the response it did, I just posted it because at the time I felt I’d spent years of my life where I wouldn’t wear a bathing suit or go out and do things because of dumb insecurities I’d made up in my own head.”

“I felt like posting the picture to show people that this is who I am, and I’m proud of it. I’m a work in progress, and it got such a great response. It’s great people can relate to that. Everyone is beautiful in their own way and nobody should have self doubt.”

I hear you’re a big fan of Game of Thrones. How similar is that world to WWE? In professional wrestling, everything gets settled in the ring right?

“No matter what conflict we have, we come to blows and settle it. It’s very similar to Game of Thrones, because at the end of the day you’ve got to fight for your Kingdom, you’ve got to fight if you wanna be top of the food chain.”

Which Games of Thrones character would make the best WWE superstar?

“Obviously The Mountain! He came over to the Performance Center when I was there, and he was sitting next to Braun Strowman and made him look little. I would love for that to come to life in WWE, that would be cool to see Braun vs The Mountain!”

“I know this is bad and not popular, but I’m a big fan of Cersei. In my gear I’ve mirrored her recent outfits, she wears a black robe that comes up high on her neck with the shoulder pads, so I’ve tried to incorporate that look.”

“I’ll literally send in pictures of Cersei to my gear lady and ask her to make things that look like her outfits. That’s why I’m in full body black, I love Cersei, her dynamic and how far she’s come.”

So who is going to win Game of Thrones?

“Oh my gosh… You know what, I’m a big Stark family fan. I love that House, so I’m hoping anybody from that. Sansa to Jon Snow, but then I don’t even know where Jon is going to go from this.”

Getting back to wrestling, the Mae Young Classic is starting soon. Who are you most interested in watching during the tournament?

“I’ve excited to watch Bianca Belair, I’ve always been a fan of hers, she’s very athletic and insanely talented. When I first met her at the Performance Center I knew she’d be a star, and I told her to keep doing what she’s doing and she’d do great things.”

“The Mae Young Classic is very inspiring to see all these women from all over the world who have worked their butt off to get a foot in the door in WWE. They literally blew me away when I watched the matches, so I can’t wait for everyone to see it on the WWE Network. Women kicking ass is a great thing!”

You seem to get on really well with your fellow performers in WWE. Some people say that the backstage area in WWE is pretty tense however. Is that true?

“When it comes to match time everyone settles down and gets into game mode, but a little bit before then there’s nothing wrong with a little fun and play.”

“Our schedule is not easy, I don’t think any other sports team or company does what we do, we’re 24/7 and always on the road no matter what. Every now and then it’s good to have a nerfball fight or whatever to get rid of some of the stress we have.”

Finally, if we’re having this conversation again this time next year, what do you hope to have achieved?

“There’s so much! I’m hoping if we talk in a year I’m the Raw Women’s Champion sitting on top of my throne.”

But what about Alexa?

“You know we’re best friends, but she understands that when I’m ready to come after that title she better be ready to give it up.”

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Nia Jax Talks Embracing Her Curves, Creating Her Own Path, and M...
 
Published by:
  2017/08/03
 

Nia Jax recently conducted an interview with Sky Sports WWE Editor, Anton Toloui. They discussed various topics ranging from Nia embracing her body size, the Samoan legacy, SummSlam and more! Read the interview below.

Nia Jax has made a big impact in a relatively short time in WWE. Nia Jax insists WWE is an inclusive place to work despite being the only plus size woman on the RAW roster.

The superstar has backed the company’s ‘Women’s Evolution’ drive to get the division taken more seriously and is adamant a competitor’s size and weight is no longer an issue.

“I feel I can embrace my body and person in the ring,” Jax told Sky Sports. “Being bigger and curvier gives fans something to emulate. I’m not size one or two and yet I can be an athlete.”

“Women have always had the talent but can now be portrayed in different ways. I’m excited to be a part of that.”

Jax has gained a lot of plaudits for being honest about body image issues that has affected her over the years and the 33-year old hopes she can help others.

She said: “I get emotional about this. I have a niece and hope she doesn’t have to deal with these problems when she’s older, especially with social media. Confidence is so inspirational”

Jax is actually part of wrestling royalty with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson one of her cousins and Roman Reigns an extended family member.

That Samoan heritage has been used heavily in the men’s WWE storylines but Jax doesn’t want to rely on the family name, not even The Rock’s.

“I’m enjoying making my own name, creating havoc in the division, kicking butt and creating my own path,” she said.

“But I’m proud my legacy and would sure enjoy getting in the ring with Dwayne and kicking his butt!”

Jax remains close to her cousin, despite a life on the road in WWE, and insists the Hollywood star has offered vital support throughout her career.

“He really is disgustingly nice,” she said. “I look up to him so much, he’s a real mentor.

“I know I can always hit up Dwayne no matter where he is. I always love and miss him. It doesn’t matter how busy he is he always makes time to send messages and we share in each others’ good times.”

Jax hopes to get a big match at SummerSlam, live on Sky Sports Box Office in the early hours of August 21.

She hasn’t given up hopes of a title shot in the not so distant future and has her sights set on making history in the Women’s Division.

“I’d love to take the title from my best friend Alexa Bliss sometime soon,” she added.

“Charlotte Flair and Sasha Banks set the tone for women at pay-per-views but I want to take part in a women’s Elimination Chamber, a Royal Rumble for the girls too but I won’t get too far ahead of myself.”

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Nia Jax seizing her opportunity on RAW
 
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  2017/07/14
 

Nia Jax’s path to professional wrestling can be defined as unique

“It’s been fun,” says Jax (real name Savelina Fanene) on her current run with the WWE. “I’ve always been a part-time model since I graduated from high school. I was hired by one of the major agencies, Wilhelmina in New York, so I modeled there and played basketball during the school season.”

Unlike many other wrestlers who enter the business after being professional athletes, the 33-year-old performer put sports on the back burner to continue her passion in modeling. Even while she attended Palomar College in California on scholarship as a basketball player and played for the 2002-03 team that won the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championship, she also was a professional model.

Jax realized that basketball wasn’t going to be part of her future post-college and chose modeling over the court, until her urge to enter the squared circle a few years ago. Being athletic and ready for the ring wasn’t a problem.

“I’ve been an athlete my whole life, I’ve played every sport including soccer, baseball, softball, basketball,” Jax recalled. “I almost played football until I started developing boobs, and my mother said no, but yes, college basketball was one of the first things I did in major athletic sports.

“Then I moved to Olympic weightlifting with my brother, because it was something like a passion he had and I was more or less his guinea pig,” Jax said. “It was something cool, I got involved in it and I was pretty good and now I wrestle.”

Jax is of German and Samoan ancestry and is a cousin of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Her passion for professional wrestling began at a young age, and she finally decided to try to jump into the business after seeing The Rock perform at WrestleMania XXVIII.

She went to a tryout at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, and found her niche and her marketability with her slogan “I’m not like most girls.”

“The Performance Center in Orlando is the best place to go if you want to be a professional wrestler,” Jax said. “It has everything. Seven rings, we can watch film there, we have the promo room, the Green room … everything. So I had a tryout there, [and it] was very strict and intense and truly shaped me into the wrestler I am today.”

During her stay in Orlando, after signing a developmental contract with WWE in 2014, Jax made her first appearance in the NXT brand in 2015, using the name Zada. Sometime later, her character was changed to the present one. Jax credits the coaching of Sara Amato, who wrestled for many years in independent promotions as Sara Del Rey, as the person who has helped her the most. Amato is currently the assistant head trainer at Performance Center under Matt Bloom.

“Sara Amato was the female head coach and she’s by far the best coach I’ve ever had,” Jax admitted. “I still go back there to continue developing my character.”

At present, in the Raw brand, Jax is one of the top heels and often allied with Raw women’s champion Alexa Bliss, against Sasha Banks and Bayley, with whom she had what Jax, defined as her best feud in NXT. Jax would love to renew their rivalry from the development brand.

“My favorite rivalry? I did not really have a chance to rival Bayley [on RAW], although we had a touch, but at NXT I had a feud with Bayley that was probably my favorite,” Jax said.

The creative team has flirted with Jax having a potential run as a champion at some point. Jax says she’s prepared for whatever the company decides and for the direction her career is going.

“It definitely feels good,” Jax said of her current positioning. “I’m definitely a person who works well under pressure. I have no problems with that, and I’m very excited to bring everything I can to this brand because I have so much respect for it.”

Credit: ESPN Interview

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Alexa Bliss Talks Relationship With Nia Jax and More With Fox Sp...
 
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  2017/04/16
 

Alexa Bliss recently conducted an interview with Fox Sports, where she discussed the Superstar Shakeup, her relationship with Nia Jax and more. Read on to see what she had to say about Nia Jax.

Fox Sports: There was a moment you had with Nia Jax on Raw Monday, who I know is someone you’re very close with. What’s it been like to reconnect with her now that you’re on Raw?

Alexa Bliss: “I was so excited! Nia and I, we used to room together on the NXT trips, and we’re super, super close. We’re best friends. It’s awesome that we can be on the same brand together.

I feel like if we could ever be aligned together on Raw, that would be awesome – because, you know, I can just talk a lot of crap and she can back it up for me. Basically kind of like what our friendship’s like anyway.

It was a lot of fun, I’m super excited. She’s the best, and I’m so excited to be able to hang out with her more and work with her more in the ring.”

Fox Sports: How hard was it to keep in touch with your friends on Raw when you were on the other brand?

Alexa Bliss: “I would definitely say… especially with Nia Jax, we had been super close in NXT, pretty much inseparable. And then it got to the point where we spoke to each other maybe like once a month? Because our schedules are the complete opposite, with Raw and SmackDown.

I saw her one night on the U.K. tour because both brands were in London for a night. I got to see her then, but it’s definitely hard to keep in contact with people on the other brand because everyone is so busy and we’re all traveling at completely different times. It’s difficult, but that’s when we try to utilize FaceTime and texting and all that technology stuff.”

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Nia Jax Talks Her German Roots and More With Sports1
 
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  2017/02/22
 

Munich – German-born wrestler Nia Jax is on tour with WWE. At SPORT1 she speaks her roots, her prehistory and Tim Wiese.

The wrestling stars of WWE are starting today on Germany tour – among them: an aspiring power woman with German roots.

The 109 kg Nia Jax has a German mother and is also a member of the legendary Samoan show fighting family.

The 32-year-old Hawaiian was formerly a college basketball, bodybuilder and oversized model, before her famous cousin Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson inspired her to become a wrestler herself.

SPORT1: The Germany Tour is also a journey to your personal roots.

Jax: Yes, my mother was born and raised in Germany, near Hamburg. My grandmother (Jax says “my grandmother”, note of the Red) still lives in Germany, also many other relatives, in Bavaria and elsewhere – my grandmother was one of eight children. On the last tour in Munich, my German family was in the audience and saw their first wrestling show.

SPORT1: Another part of your relationship is the great Samoan wrestling family. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is your cousin. How close is the gang?

Jax: Dwayne is not only part of the family, he is also one of my best friends and mentor, he inspired me to become a wrestler myself. We have a close relationship, I talk a lot with him, he is a great person and a hero for me.

SPORT1: At the aforementioned show in Munich, Tim Wiese also made his debut match for WWE . How did you find it?

Jax: It was cool to watch. Tim Wiese had no easy task to compete as a star of another sport a WWE match. He did it well and when it was over, we all came to him in the backstage area and congratulated him.

SPORT1: He is not announced for the start of the tour. Do you hope he’ll come back?

Jax: You have to see that. If he does not enjoy it, he should not, but if he does, he is definitely well equipped, he has shown.

SPORT1: In the past, some wrestlers have also risen against men in the ring. Would that be for you?

Jax: I would not mind. I am strong and I can take care of myself. My father used to play basketball, football and baseball with boys as a kid. It has helped me develop my sporting ambition. I grew up among guys and got along well with the guys at WWE, even behind the scenes.

SPORT1: Her motto at WWE is “I’m not like most girls”. This has a personal history, which is also related to your previous career as an oversize model.

Jax: Yeah, it’s my heart. I grew up with my Samoan-German origin differently than many others, I also look different, I was always big and strong, not like the thin, pretty models on the magazines. When I myself came to modeling, I realized that I am also beautiful in my way and others can see. And that I am athletic and I could fulfill my WWE dream, I finally also noticed. And that is the message I now want to send to the young girls, who are themselves different, that they can do it.

SPORT1: In WWE, jokes were often made at the expense of wrestlers who did not correspond to the classic beauty ideals. Do not you fear that this will happen to you?

Jax: Oh, you know this is part of the job, so I have no problem. The WWE viewers are loyal fans, they can love, hate, mock, I know they have respect for me.

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