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WWE Wrestler Talks About Being In Denial About The Fact She’s A Lesbian

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• OLD SCHOOL HISTORY (June 5, 1993) – WCW Saturday Night

On this day in 1993, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW Saturday Night’.

It was taped at the Center Stage Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia and featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the “WCW Beach Blast 1993” PPV.

The card of the show can be found here:

– Sid Vicious vs. Rob Morgan

– Maxx Payne vs. Larry Santo

– Barry Windham vs. Pex Whatley

– Dustin Rhodes vs. Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker

– Paul Orndorff & Dick Slater vs. Junkyard Dog & Jim Neidhart

– Ricky Steamboat vs. Mike Moon

– Sting & The British Bulldog vs. Tex Slazenger & Shanghi Pierce

– Kensuke Sasaki vs. Rick Rude

• WWE Wrestler Talks About Being In Denial About The Fact She’s A Lesbian

During a recent appearance on AfterBuzz TV, WWE SmackDown wrestler Sonya Deville talked about coming out of the closet and being in denial about the fact that she’s a lesbian.

Below is what Sonya said:

“I knew [my mom] would be supportive. I just, I was in such denial within myself for the longest time, just because of the place I grew up in [a small town in New Jersey]. Like, it wasn’t common. I didn’t know anybody that was gay. I think I had one gay friend in high school and she never even, like, came out. It was just, like, we all just knew.

I think I was more just not comfortable with saying it. I was also in denial. I was like, ‘I’m not gay, am I?’ Cause I think, also the fact that I didn’t fit the stereotypical mold of what a lesbian is supposed to be or act, I was just this girl that nobody would have expected. Maybe had someone said, ‘are you gay?’ I would have been like, ‘yeah, yeah, I am actually.’ You know what I mean? And it took that opportunity, that opportunity happened when I was 17 living in Florida, when I just graduated high school. My friend’s mom said to me, ‘honey, I think you’re gay.’ And I go, ‘yeah, I am.’

As soon as someone vocalized it to me, gave me permission. I was like, ‘yes, yes, yeah!’ But no one had ever said it. I would think it but then I’d be ‘no, I’ve been dating guys my whole life.’ There was just… I just had a juxtaposition in my head. I just couldn’t figure it out.”

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