Val, who lives in the Orlando area and regularly attends NXT events, told the Herald:
“I make no secret about that,” she said. “I don’t see TNA and WWE as this huge war. I think we all support each other. That’s been evident whether it has been Dixie [Carter] or Stephanie McMahon or whoever, I think it’s cool when people from both companies talk to each other. We’re all friends anyway. People jump back and forth all the time. WWE is something I watched and fell in love with since I was a kid. So of course that’s somewhere I want to be and learn from the best and spread my wings. As long as I’ve been in the business, I’m only 28. I feel like there is definitely a future in WWE.”
Val was released from her TNA contract last August after seven years with the company.
You can read the full interview on the Miami Herald.
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