Updated: Aug 2
“At first, it was just shocking, and I was upset, and I was mad, because I never felt –- I still don’t feel -– like I got an opportunity to shine,” Valkyrie told Wrestling Inc. “And there were a lot of things that were completely out of my control, obviously, such as the pandemic. It really sucks, because I didn’t get that chance to work one-on-one with [Triple H] or Shawn Michaels on a regular basis. And I just wish that I’d gotten that opportunity as well.” Valkyrie added, “So, I definitely now would be like ‘never say never.’ You never know. But everything, the universe always has a plan.”
Valkyrie was with WWE from February until November of 2021. Since 2010, she has wrestled in AAA, Lucha Underground, and IMPACT Wrestling. She also holds the AAA Reina De Reinas Championship and IMPACT Knockout’s World Tag Team Championship with Jessicka and Rosemary.
At the October 30 Fightland pay-per-view in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Taya Valkyrie will defend her MLW Women’s World Featherweight Championship against Trish Adora.