Mercedes Moné Addresses The Current State Of Women’s Wrestling

Former WWE star Mercedes Moné recently spoke with Evan T. Mack of the Kick Rocks Wrestling podcast on a number of topics including the current state of women’s wrestling.

Moné said, “This is the most that women have ever been a part of this business. To see how many women are at pro wrestling schools, to see how many women that are at different promotions from independent to STARDOM to TNA to AEW to WWE, like I have no words for it.”

“I started in WWE with eight women in developmental, I don’t even know how many there are now, there’s probably 30, and then you have the main roster, and then you have AEW, who has an insane roster, and then you go to STARDOM.”

“It’s beyond my biggest dreams, it’s everything I dreamt for, because I’ve watched wrestling since I was a kid, and I was like how can I do this like the men, and I discovered Japanese pro wrestling and I was like, oh wow, they do do it like the men and harder, so I always saw that but wanted that in the United States, and I always say that I always wanted to change the definition of what it is to be a Diva.”

You can check out the complete podcast below.