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Ruby Soho On Her Journey To Get To AEW, Wanting To Show New Version Of Herself To Fans

September 14, 2021 | Posted by Blake Lovell
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In a recent interview on Busted Open Radio, Ruby Soho discussed her AEW debut at All Out, wanting to show a new version of herself to fans, and much more. You can read his comments below.

Ruby Soho on her AEW debut at All Out: “I don’t know if I even have words to describe it. I had so much anticipation building up to that day, and I was shaking. My hands were shaking, my legs were shaking before the countdown happened. When I heard my name, I was just in awe. I knew this was the beginning of my new journey. I was so excited. The moment I stepped out on the stage, just a wave of pure joy, and I felt so welcomed by the AEW fans. I was so grateful for it. I was just like, this is what it’s all for. This is the reason we do this is for moments like this, and I wanted to soak up every second of it because I never want to forget what that feels like.”

On her journey in wrestling: “It’s been a lot of ups and downs. A lot of insecurities on my part of wondering where I fit in and where I belong and where the best place is for me and learning a lot from the best minds in pro wrestling. It all culminated to that moment at All Out that this is what it is all for and this is where I belong. I have never felt truly 100 percent accepted. I am a misfit kind of kid and always wondered where my place was. The moment I stepped on that stage, I was like, ‘These are my people. AEW, these are my people.’ Even in the back with Tony Khan, I felt so accepted and so grateful and I felt like this is home.”

On the growth of AEW and embracing her freedom: “I’m grateful for the men and women that have built this place to be somewhere that I can thrive, that CM Punk can thrive, that Daniel Bryan can thrive. I think that I have just gotten started. I think I haven’t shown this version of myself to anyone. I have freedom now. I am free to be who I want to be and have this newfound confidence because of the AEW fan. Because of my killer entrance music, I have this confidence that I want to capitalize on and I want to show the world who I am and what I haven’t yet to accomplish even in the last 11 years.”

If using any of the above quotes, please credit Busted Open Radio with an h/t to 411mania.com for the transcription.

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