Eva Marie Appears On Adult Movie Star’s Show To Defend Pro Wrestling

Eva Marie

As we have noted before, adult movie star Mia Khalifa recently criticized Pro Wrestling when she was asked about former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey possibly joining WWE.

Below is what Mia said about Ronda joining WWE on her Complex YouTube show Out of Bounds:

“This is where her career will go to die. I have no respect for the WWE. I don’t think it’s a real sport. It’s embarrassing. You go from real fights to wearing a sequin unitard and pretending to fight?”

She then received a lot of heat from Wrestling fans and former WWE Star The Hurricane went on to own her with the following tweet:

Former WWE star Eva Marie joined her on the “Out of Bounds” show and went on to defend Pro Wrestling. You can watch Eva’s appearance below:

Below is what Eva said:

“Some moves are choreographed, so like you’ll go over your finish, whoever’s gonna win or lose because that’s predetermined. However, when you’re in there, usually you’re just going toe-to-toe. So like, if I have you in a headlock, then I’m telling you right then and there what we’re doing next.

You have your producers in the back, adjusting to the crowd. ‘Hey, uh, actually we’re gonna go this way. Change the finish, change whatever you have going on.’ So you can’t really choreograph the dance because everything gets mixed up.

You have to put your body through a lot of physicality with wrestling. You’re saying you think it’s fake, however when you get in the ring, you’re really taking those bumps. Then when it comes to acting, you’re trying to get out of yourself and be a whole other person, which also helps with WWE, too, because you’re playing a character at the end of the day.

NFL, NBA, they all have off-seasons. Wrestling doesn’t have an off-season. We’re on the road 209 days out of the year, performing in different cities every single night. Where you have your NBA, and NFL and major league and they’re taking charter flights going to the next city. We’re driving in rent-a-cars to the next city.”

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