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Kaitlyn Wants To Work With Former WWE Diva Again; Also Speaks Total Divas, City Loses WrestleMania 32 Bid

— According to The Windor Star, Detroit’s bid to host WrestleMania 32 has not been successful, with the front runners being touted as Orland, Florida and Dallas. Of the three, Orlando has been very strongly pushed with talk that the Citrus Bowl would be upgraded to help their bid.

— Former Diva’s Champion Kaitlyn was recently interviewed by Chad Dukes of 106.7 “The Fan” in Washington, D.C. promoting Sunday’s D.C. super show and commented that she would like to work with former Diva Beth Phoenix again, and also revealed her thoughts on Total Divas:

“I think it’s such a great thing for the WWE in general because like you said, it brings people that don’t normally watch, aren’t typically wrestling fans, aren’t sports entertainment fans, people that would just watch the E! network, and it kind of gives us like a broader demographic, and opens up our world to people.

Also, people that are fans get a chance to see inside and how things work. It definitely blurs the lines of what’s reality and what’s entertainment, sometimes even for me. I didn’t really understand the concept of how this whole divas thing was gonna go down, it’s definitely very, it’s hard to get used to. You know we’re always on camera anyways on TV days and stuff, but there’s like extra cameras, E! cameras, following these girls around everywhere and sometimes it’s a little bit intrusive.

Though, you know I found out stuff about pixelating, its extensive and time-consuming. So if you don’t want to be on camera, you just throw up a couple of gang signs, or you know something that they might have to pixelate and then boom, you don’t have to worry about being on the show.

In all seriousness, it’s a really great concept bringing all kinds of new fans into our world.”

Full interview is available here.