Ruby Soho was a guest on Busted Open Radio following her successful AEW debut at All Out, which she spoke about in detail.
“I don’t know if I even have words to describe it. I had so much anticipation building up to that day, and I was shaking. My hands were shaking, my legs were shaking before the countdown happened. When I heard my name, I was just in awe. I knew this was the beginning of my new journey. I was so excited. The moment I stepped out on the stage, just a wave of pure joy, and I felt so welcomed by the AEW fans. I was so grateful for it. I was just like, this is what it’s all for. This is the reason we do this is for moments like this, and I wanted to soak up every second of it because I never want to forget what that feels like.”
She spoke also about her journey in wrestling that has led her here.
“It’s been a lot of ups and downs. A lot of insecurities on my part of wondering where I fit in and where I belong and where the best place is for me and learning a lot from the best minds in pro wrestling. It all culminated to that moment at All Out that this is what it is all for and this is where I belong. I have never felt truly 100 percent accepted. I am a misfit kind of kid and always wondered where my place was. The moment I stepped on that stage, I was like, ‘These are my people. AEW, these are my people.’ Even in the back with Tony Khan, I felt so accepted and so grateful and I felt like this is home.”
She then spoke positively about the growth AEW is seeing, as well as embracing her freedom.
“I’m grateful for the men and women that have built this place to be somewhere that I can thrive, that CM Punk can thrive, that Daniel Bryan can thrive. I think that I have just gotten started. I think I haven’t shown this version of myself to anyone. I have freedom now. I am free to be who I want to be and have this newfound confidence because of the AEW fan. Because of my killer entrance music, I have this confidence that I want to capitalize on and I want to show the world who I am and what I haven’t yet to accomplish even in the last 11 years.”
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