Former WWE announcer Lilian Garcia has said to never say never to the possibility of her returning to the company, but also spoke on the toll the business can take.
Speaking on her 'Chasing Glory' podcast, Garcia said that whilst she loves travelling, she would need to find a balance between her professional and personal lives.
She said: "There is no balance with the WWE. You’re on the road 52 weeks a year. There is no offseason. This isn’t baseball. 300 nights a year and you’re travelling from city to city."
Garcia also said how the talent are driving themselves after shows.
"You’re not in a nice bus being driven or in a limo or anything like that. It does wear on you. Until you guys are in those shoes you don’t see it," she told listeners.
Lilian most recently appeared on the kick-off show for WrestleMania 34, announcing the Women's WrestleMania battle royal.