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Santino Marella’s Daughter Reveals What WWE Told Her After Her Tryout

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• Santino Marella’s Daughter Reveals What WWE Told Her After Her Tryout

During a recent interview with Chris Van Vliet, Bianca Carelli (daughter of former WWE Superstar Santino Marella) talked about her WWE tryout and not being selected.

Bianca noted that she was told to work on her wrestling skills.

Here’s what she said:

“A lot of it was keep working and get more experience. I know my mic skills are pretty solid, it was really just the wrestling aspect of things. Just to get more comfortable with the wrestling aspect of things.

Unfortunately though because of Coronavirus, that got put on pause for me, which was unfortunate. Last year, when Coronavirus hit, I had so many matches lined up.

It was unfortunate that it happened, so I had to find other ways to improve. I studied my own matches, stayed in shape and thought of ways to rebrand myself.”

She also talked about what she wants to do in pro-wrestling:

“I want to be in Florida wrestling as a career. It would be nice to be with one of the major companies. I also want to do something that advocates for the environment, which is a huge passion of mine.

It was trendy for a while but people stopped caring. I really want to work with children and inspire children.

Of course I want to main event WrestleMania but I think every wrestler would say that.”

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• Old School WWF/WCW Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF/WCW Legend Bret “The Hitman” Hart celebrates his 64th birthday today.

Bret Hart wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1984 till the Montreal Screwjob in 1997 and then jumped ship to Ted Turner’s WCW, where he wrestled till the end of his active wrestling career in early 2000.

Among many other Title wins, Bret is a 5-time WWF World Heavyweight Champion and also a 2-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion.

In 2006, Hart was first inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by his old WWF rival “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, and then once again in 2019 as one half of The Hart Foundation, making him a 2-time WWE Hall of Famer.

He’s still considered by many as one of the greatest technical wrestlers in the history of the business.


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