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 The Hybrid Athlete
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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  2018/03/28
Nia Jax Talks Having WrestleMania Singles Match, Her Current Tac...
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Nia Jax recently spoke with Mirror, where she discussed her women’s championship match at WrestleMania, the impact of her current storyline, being bullied at a young age and more. Read the full interview below

Nia Jax challenges Alexa Bliss for the WWE Raw Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 34 in a match based on the break-up of their friendship. The Samoan powerhouse and the pint-sized Goddess will clash after it emerged Bliss had been using Jax and secretly mocking her weight. Standing 6ft tall and weighing 272lb, Nia has been subjected to cruel taunts from Alexa – insults which she has also battled away from the ring. The number one contender, real name Savelina Fanene, from Sydney, Australia, has previously revealed her experiences of body shaming. And while the storyline is controversial, it gives the real life best friends the chance to address an issue affecting many people around the world. Jax, 33, spoke to Mirror Sport about the plot, her title opportunity and what happens if you mess with a member of the Anoaʻi family tree.

You have the rare opportunity of a singles match at WrestleMania and not just any singles match, but a singles match for the Raw Women’s Championship. How do you feel about this?

I’m over the moon. I mean, I can’t even think of the last time women have had a singles match for the title on the WrestleMania card. [WWE Women’s Champion Melina defeated Ashley at WrestleMania 23 in 2007.] Obviously you think back to Trish and Mickie [Mickie James defeated Trish Stratus to capture the WWE Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 22 in 2006]. But I’m just sitting here thinking ‘this is crazy, we have two women’s matches for the title on the WrestleMania card’. I’m just blown away. Plus we have a mixed match on the card as well, so it’s pretty amazing.

This is the first WrestleMania with multiple singles women’s matches since WrestleMania 22.

There you go, you knew it!

And one of those was a Playboy Pillow Fight!

A Playboy Pillow Fight, ha ha.

It shows the company’s shift in thinking, thanks to the ‘Women’s Evolution’.

Yeah, it’s amazing. I’m honoured and beyond blessed to be a part of it.

The storyline for this match with Alexa Bliss has been framed around her insulting and bodyshaming you. How do you feel about being involved in this kind of plot and do you think it’s important WWE tackle real life issues like this?

I think it’s amazing. I think it’s something that people know but they don’t want to talk about it, they always want to keep it hidden. I feel like we’re tackling it head-on and it should be [tackled]. Young women and young girls, and boys, should actually be hearing this and seeing the conflict that we go through and seeing somebody stand up for themselves and not have to allow somebody to bully them, because of the way they look, what their shape is, or the colour of their skin is. You should always stand up for yourself. So I think it’s amazing. I’m very honoured to be a part of it.

Have you ever encountered bullying of this nature before?

Oh yeah. You know, growing up… it’s crazy how real this storyline is to my real life. And especially with Alexa being such a close, best friend of mine for so long, she has seen it. She [her character] has hurt me [my character], because I’ve confided in a lot of these stories that have happened to me. It surprises me that it has become such a big storyline in WWE, because it relates to me completely.

Growing up I was made fun of for always being bigger. I specifically remember, at one of my junior high basketball games, a man, a grown man was making fun of me and my size, as I was playing basketball. They didn’t realise that my Samoan father [Joseph Fanene, first cousin to Peter Maivia, grandfather of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson of the Anoaʻi family] was in the audience. And he, he err… beat the crap out of them, but that’s a whole ‘nother story! But yeah, that’s something I’ve dealt with my whole life, people making fun of me and my size. Everything from having a huge forehead, to the size of my feet, and not being able to wear the same size shoes as my friends, definitely.

Obviously that has become one of your greatest strengths – there is nobody quite with your physical attributes in WWE’s women’s division. I wish you all the best of luck at WrestleMania.

Thank you so much, I really appreciate it.

Credit: Mirror

 
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  2018/03/27
Nia Jax Talks Her WrestleMania Match, Women’s Evolution an...
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Nia Jax recently spoke with Planeta Wrestling where she discussed a variety of topics in which you can read in details below.

Wrestlemania will be another long show this year full of great matches but there has to be a kick off. How would you feel if they tell you that you have to fight for the female title of Raw in the kick off?

It is not the ideal position to be, but I think that our show is seen all over the world, before millions of spectators and I will follow that many of those millions will see the pre-show. It’s an honor the simple fact of being on the poster, but I think women have earned the right to be on the main poster within Wrestlemania, so I do not think it’s going to happen this year.

What do you think of the Evolution of Women, and in addition to participating in the Wrestlemania main event what do you want to achieve?

I think any woman has to be seen in the same way as a man, period, so being the main character of Wrestlemania’s main event or the main event of the different live shows that we have makes women consider themselves the same as men and that is the important thing. It does not have to be different.

Surely after Wrestlemania we will have a Superstars Shake Up, would you be surprised if they sent Nia Jax to Smackdown Live? What do you think of the talents that are there?

I would not be surprised at all. I think Smackdown Live is full of very talented people and I have a lot of fun watching the show. They have many of the superstars I would like to face, so it would be great to go there and liven things up. I would not mind at all.

Speaking of title matches at Wrestlemania, your family knows something about it. Have you asked The Rock for advice?

No, I have not asked for advice. When he found out I had a fight in Wrestlemania for the title he immediately called me to congratulate me and tell me how proud he was of me and that is all I ask of him, that he is proud of anything I do.

 
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  2018/02/21
Nia Jax Talks Her Career in WWE, Respect For Asuka, Ronda Rousey...
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“Nia Jax joins Dave LaGreca & Mark Henry on the phone to discuss Ronda Rousey’s WWE debut, what it means to be a body positive role model, what got her into the business & more!”

 
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  2018/01/11
Nia Jax Talks Her Advantage In The Royal Rumble, Facing Asuka Ag...
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Not only does Raw celebrate it’s 25th anniversary later this month, where the women that paved the way for the current roster are set to appear, but January also marks a landmark moment for the females of WWE with the first ever all-women Royal Rumble match.

 The annual WWE event will see thirty of WWE’s past and present compete in an over-the-top-rope battle royal, with the winner earning a title shot at this year’s WrestleMania. Already installed as one of the favourites for the match is Nia Jax, WWE’s wrecking ball with a million dollar smile.
Ahead of what is to set to a memorable month for the 33 year-old cousin of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, we jumped on a call with the Raw superstar to chat about what a huge year it will be for her and the women of WWE.
Nia, thanks for speaking to us. We’re now just weeks away from the first ever women’s Royal Rumble event. How excited are you to be part of this historic moment?

“It’s so cool we get to do this. We get to show everyone how much talent we have, and show young girls that they can do whatever they want to do – even when everyone says you can’t. They are looking up to us and I want them to realize they shouldn’t have boundaries. It shouldn’t be that they can’t do that because that’s what guys do, no, you should be able to do what you want or whatever you put your mind to. I’m really excited for the women’s Royal Rumble.”

Given the size advantage you have over the majority of the field, you’ve rightfully been installed as one of the favourites, even Raw General Manager Kurt Angle is tipping you as a likely winner. Does that put pressure on you?

“That’s awesome that Kurt is realizing my talent and appreciating it. I am the most dominant women in this company, but at the end of the day it won’t be just one woman I have to go through it’s the entire division plus whoever else gets to come. I’m up for the challenge and I believe I’ll be the last one standing at the end of the first ever women’s Royal Rumble.”

One of the highlights of a Rumble match is the likelihood of surprise entrants. We’ve heard a number of rumours on names who could be returning, but who would you like to see in the match?

“There’s so many, but the one I’d like to see and who I’d like to go up against is Beth Phoenix. I would love for her to return because growing up she was the most dominant women in WWE and I would really love for her to show up and be able to get in the ring with her.”

That’s a clash we’d love to see too. There’s also the name of Ronda Rousey being heavily suggested to make an appearance. Is that something you would welcome in WWE?

“Ronda started a women’s revolution outside of WWE, by becoming the first women to main event UFC, which was huge. Her coming over and showing her talent in WWE, maybe showing us how to do a few different things, it would be amazing and I’d be all for it. I’m not sure she’s faced anything like our girls, as they are extremely athletic and I think it would be an awakening for her as well.”

Before the Rumble, there’s also the small matter of Raw’s 25th anniversary show. How much are you looking forward to being part of that landmark show, and what can we expect?

“It’s going to be a crazy entertaining night, I wish I could tell you what I know, but you need to tune in to find out. I’m looking forward to seeing all the old veterans and the Hall of Famers to celebrate Raw 25. Twenty-five years is such a huge marker in history and it be cool to see Lita, Trish Stratus, Beth Phoenix, Alundra Blayze and Bull Makano as women who could show up. You never know who might turn up.”

Have you a favourite moment from Raw’s 25 years?

“It’s got to be Mick Foley and The Rock This is Your Life segment. I guess I’m biased because of who was in it, but that’s easily my favourite.”

Seeing as you’ve mentioned The Rock, you obviously come from a huge wrestling background. What are your earliest memories of being involved with the industry?

“I grew up watching with my brothers and watching my family member The Rock on TV. One of my earliest memories of wrestling was my Dad showing me a picture of Uncle Peter, Dwayne’s Grandfather, and he had a match, which was on the front over of this Hawaiian newspaper. I was growing up in Hawaii at the time and I looked at the picture and just started crying because he had been bleeding and had blood dripping all down his face, as well as holding up the title. So I asked my Dad if he was going to be ok and what had happened and he told me not to worry because he was wrestling. So that was how I was really first introduced to wrestling.”

Did it feel like it was something that you’d always going to go into yourself or was there a moment that it hit you and decided that the WWE path was for you?

“I think I first caught the bug after I went to WrestleMania 28 in Miami. I’d been to a couple of shows before that, but WrestleMania was phenomenal. It’s a whole different level of electricity and I just caught the bug there and then. I needed to be part of this.”

Then five years later you’re competing in your first WrestleMania. Would you say that’s the highlight of your career so far?

“The highlight of my career so far has to be WrestleMania. To be in that match with those incredible women and walking the long ramp down to the ring was amazing. It was insane, because I still felt like I was in my baby stage as I had only just really been called up to Raw. But to hear that many fans from all over the world cheer for me, I almost cried. I had all my friends and my aunts and uncle sitting in the front row too, so when I heard the cheers as well I literally had to bite my lip. 80,000 people cheering you, it was the coolest thing ever.”

Another one of those incredible women on the current roster is Alexa Bliss, who we’ve see across WWE programming is one of your best friends. How nice is it to have that close relationship with someone in this ever-changing business?

“Ever since I met her, it’s been something really natural and we’ve clicked as friends. It shows through on WWE where we together on Raw and through Total Divas, we are genuine best friends and we have so much fun together. She really is the Yin to my Yang, she always calms me down when I get a little be crazy and I pep her up when she needs that little bit of energy. We kind of balance each other out and I’m truly grateful to have a true best friend in this business. She is someone I trust completely and we know each so well we can read each other when we’re on screen together, whether it’s Raw or Total Divas. I have nothing but the best interests for her and she has nothing but the best interests for me and it’s really cool to have that.”

With Alexa the current Raw Women’s Champion, we may have to see that friendship tested on-screen if you were to challenge for that title. Could Team Rude survive such a predicament?

“I think it’s possible that we can still keep Team Rude together. At the end of the day, the championship is where we want to be in this division, and she understands that. I don’t want to be throwing her through the Barbershop Window, but if I have to I will. She’d smack me in the face with a barbwire bat if she could and it meant she could keep hold of her title. We understand that it’s all about the competition and the title, but we still have love for each other no matter what.”

We also saw you attack Asuka this past week on Raw. You had the chance to mix it up with towards the end of your run on NXT, but do you feel now you’re in the right position to be the women that ends her undefeated streak?

“She is undefeated and has the longest winning streak right now, but I’m very excited to lock horns with her. She is a force to be reckoned with, but although we had some matches down in NXT it’s a different ball game up here. I’m ready to take her one and show her what the true dominant woman in this company can do. The streak could end soon and I’ll be the one to do it.”

Away from the competition, we’ve got to see a different side to you recently during your angle with Ezno Amore. How nice has it been to explore a different side of Nia Jax?

“It’s great because nobodies really seen this side of Nia Jax; the vulnerable and mushy side of her, because she has a crush. We’re used to seeing her as the strong force, beating up all the girls but now you’re seeing this other side to her where it’s like oh she does have a vulnerable side to her. She’s smiling, she’s happy and she’s ditching her friend to go and get her man soup. It’s cool because it’s added more layers to the character. I’ve heard fans say that ‘Nia is boring’ and she’s this and that, but there’s a lot more to her and now everyone is getting the chance to see it. I feel like there are so many different sides to Nia and it’s awesome that this side is being well received. I’m having a blast, Enzo’s quite the character, but he’s a sweet guy and I’m really enjoying working with him. I’ve known him since NXT days and we’ve always got along; he’s always been nice and respectable to me and plus he’s hilarious. It’s easy for me to get on with him and enjoy working with him.”

Unfortunately Enzo hasn’t been chosen as your partner for WWE’s newest venture The Mixed Match Challenge. How are you feeling about being paired with Apollo Crews?

“I wasn’t too disappointed about Apollo Crews, it was more I was disappointed because of his whole entourage, Titus Worldwide. I was pitching to have Braun Strowman as my partner, so we could just decimate everybody, but that didn’t happen. I’m happy with Apollo because he’s a great talent, but I’m not happy to be aligned with Titus Worldwide and I am in no way part of it.”

Finally, with the first ever women’s The Royal Rumble the latest step in the WWE women’s revolution. What’s next for you and the women of WWE?

“The women’s evolution is getting better and better and showing the world what women can do. In the world today women are coming into their own and breaking down so many boundaries. Doing the first ever women’s Royal Rumble is breaking another boundary and proving to the world that we can do it all. Women are on their way to main event WrestleMania; I truly believe that will happen. That’s the next step for us.”

Credit: talkSport

 
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  2018/01/11
Nia Jax Discuss Being The Most Dominant Female Superstar, Kurt A...
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On the occasion of the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the WWE franchise show, Sport.es has been able to access an international press conference, where  WWE Superstar Nia Jax has answered questions from the media. Nia Jax, who debuted last year from NXT in the major leagues of the leading wrestling company, is one of the pillars in the Monday Night Raw women’s division. Below, we show you a summary of the most interesting statements of one of the most dominant competitors in the world of wrestling today.

As for how the next  female Royal Rumble  has benefited the women’s revolution, Jax said that “the evolution of women in professional wrestling is getting better and better.” We are showing the world what women are capable of. We women are doing all this on our own and breaking all the schemes and prejudices, we are showing the world that we can do everything. “

Speaking of the  25th anniversary of Monday Night Raw , Nia says she is very happy, “I’m definitely looking forward to meeting several Hall of Famers.” It will be a great moment in history, and I can not wait to see Trish Stratus, Beth Phoenix … Never You know who’s going to appear, but I’m sure it will be an incredible show. “

Raw General Manager Kurt Angle has repeatedly said that Nia Jax is his favorite to win the real female battle, and she thinks it is a smart move. “Kurt is an intelligent man, and I  ‘m the most dominant woman in the company, with all the women in the ring, I’m going to show everyone why I’m the most dominant force in WWE right now.”

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  2018/01/11
Nia Jax Talks Women’s Royal Rumble, WWE Superstar’s ...
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Nia Jax recently spoke with Riju Dasgupta at Sport Skeeda to discuss the upcoming Women’s Royal Rumble and more! See full interview below

In just a few weeks, Nia Jax will make history as she steps into the ring for the first ever WWE Women’s Royal Rumble. To promote the same, she was part of a special conference call with international media from across the globe.

I had a chance to ask her several questions that she answered at length. Considering that she came up through the NXT system, we asked her if there are any standouts in developmental that she has her eyes on.

The first name Jax mentioned was Aliyah, whom she considers a great talent with awesome personality. She went on to name the Aussie bombshells- The Iconic Duo.

Billie Kay and Peyton Royce. They’re two amazing talents. I’ve had the honour to work with them. And Aliyah too, in NXT. So yeah, those three are my favourites in NXT.

I went on to ask her about being on the 7th season of Total Divas, and how difficult it was transitioning from being an in-ring performer to a reality star.

It’s not too difficult for me, because I don’t really change who I am on Total Divas. I’m literally myself.

Jax said unhesitantly that the only thing difficult about being on Total Divas was the gruelling schedule!

“The one thing that was difficult is that we’re on the road 300 days for WWE. And then adding a little more filming time for Total Divas…the schedule gets a little more difficult, you know.”

Nia Jax elaborated on the timetable that a top-level WWE Superstar has to follow:

“We’ve got to do Live Events, then we’ve got to go to RAW, then we’ve got to film Total Divas on our days off, then we’ve got to film other things with Total Divas on our days off, then we go straight back to Live Events and RAW. So the schedule’s pretty brutal but it’s well worth it.”

The hot topic of conversation is the 30-woman Women’s Royal Rumble. The fact of the matter is that there aren’t 30 women in the current roster! Considering that there’s been talk of former WWE superstars returning for the same, I asked Jax who she sees herself going up against, in this epic clash…

“Oh gosh, there are so many but the one that I want to see, that I would love to go up against is Beth Phoenix.”

Jax claimed that Phoenix was an inspiration for her growing up, considering how much of a dominant woman she was.

While Jax would be elated to see Phoenix return, I asked her why she seemed almost disappointed to see Apollo Crews as her partner in the MMC.

“(Chuckles) Well, I wasn’t too disappointed about Apollo Crews as much as I was disappointed about the whole entourage, Titus Worldwide. You know I was hoping Braun Strowman would be my partner. If that didn’t happen, I was okay with Apollo for sure. He’s definitely a great talent.”

So what was the problem then?

“I was not too happy with being part of Titus Worldwide. And I’m not a part of Titus Worldwide. Let’s get that clear!”

I move on to MMA superstar Shayna Baszler, who seems to have taken up the ‘powerhouse’ role once adopted by Nia Jax in NXT. Jax wasn’t too familiar with her work but seemed optimistic about working with her.

To conclude the interview, I asked her about Chris Jericho going to NJPW’s Wrestle Kingdom to compete against Kenny Omega. Nia Jax had a really positive viewpoint about the same.

“Chris Jericho loves to put on a great show. So it’s great for him to go over to Japan and put on a great show with Kenny Omega. So I think it’s awesome. Good for him, you know. He just loves entertaining people and that’s exactly what he did!”

 
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  2017/11/21
Nia Jax Talks When She Plans To Go After The Women’s Title...
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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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