Asuka

Asuka: “I wanted To Change Women’s Wrestling In WWE”

Asuka will defend her NXT Women’s Championship for the second time against Ember Moon , in what many consider their most difficult challenge to date, which can even come off with the Japanese women’s first defeat in WWE. However, whatever happens in TakeOver: Brooklyn III, this fighter has already completed a historic tour of the company , with the longest reign of the last 20 years and an undefeated who surpassed that of Goldberg himself .

Newsweek , who names Asuka as “WWE’s Serena Williams,” today conducted an interview with the champion and influenced her as a “recordwoman,” something that seems to be a priority on her arrival at the McMahon product:

“When I decided to sign a contract with WWE, I proposed two things. He was determined not only to win, but to break records. It’s something I feel I can do as a compensation to WWE for hiring me . “

Kanako Urai (real name Asuka) continues in his speech on goals in pursuit of the WWE Women’s Revolution :

” I wanted to change women’s wrestling in WWE . In wrestling, men and women do the same, but sometimes men look more powerful and more shocking. I’m doing my best to bridge the gap between men and women

Finally, the topic of his acclimatization to the American soil came to the fore , considering that the gladiator spent his entire career (and therefore, life) under Japanese lands:

“It was the first time I lived in the US, but they offered me a lot of support. The language was a great barrier for me … I’m still dealing with it . Driving is also a drink. When I was in Japan, I did not have to spend all day driving, but here in Florida, you have to be driving all the time. But the people in America are very nice, cheerful and kind to me. So I am very grateful to the people of America . “

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