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Cameron reveals that the campaign, an idea she had to raise awareness about cyber-bullying, will be accompanied by a new single:
“I’m able to launch my own thing to bring awareness to this issue for people who have experienced bullying — especially with social media being so huge as that’s where the biggest part of bullying is today, cyberbullying. I have a second single coming out, and it’s entitled ‘Wrong #.’ It’s my own personal campaign, talking about anti-bullying through music. It’s my own sassy way of talking about it.”
She also talks her training and how hard she’s been working to improve her in-ring skills:
“I didn’t have much training when I was in developmental, because I got called up so early, but Norman Smiley was such a great, patient coach. He was great when I was in FCW. As far as being on the road, Sara Del Rey was always very helpful. The hard thing for me was I did it backward. Everyone usually comes up well trained and ready to go. For me, being called up so early, I was like, ‘Oh my God. How am I going to do this? I barely know what I’m doing.’ It’s sink or swim. It’s been difficult, because I’m still learning to this day. but Sara Del Rey has definitely helped along the way, and my ex-tag team partner, Naomi, helped me so much, when we were partners together, when we were just valets.”
In expressing the importance of working out, Cameron revealed that she’s been taking some time off from the road:
“Being on the road 24-7 with WWE, the schedule is pretty grueling, but I’ve had a little time off, and I’ve had a chance to get back to where I wanted to be fitness wise. It’s very important to stay healthy, be in the gym, because you live longer, when you work out. For me also, when I’m stressed out, it’s a great way to relieve that stress.”
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