Kayla Braxton Shows Abs In Photo With No Makeup

WWE backstage interviewer Kayla Braxton recently took to her Instagram account and posted a picture without makeup. The picture also had a stuffed lion.



Don’t let ‘em fool ya. He may be a lion but he ain’t … 🦁
Thanks to my bestie @lionshue for the 👕

Kayla Braxton sheds praise on Sami Zayn

Zayn has been accepted by The Bloodline as one of its members. Group leader and Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns even gave him the ‘Honorary Uce’ t-shirt on the September 22 episode of SmackDown. However, Jey Uso has been antagonizing the former Intercontinental Champion ever since he came in contact with the group.

Kayla Braxton made an appearance on Out of Character with Ryan Satin to discuss a wide range of topics. She recently spoke about Zayn and it turns out she enjoys witnessing the ‘Honorary Uce’ in the Bloodline storyline.

She said:

“Sami Zayn is the most entertaining character we have on television every single week. I tell him that he’s hilarious. Catch Smackdown this past Friday, his thing with the Usos and everything that he does. I watch him backstage getting ready for his stuff. I’ve never seen anyone, I mean, everyone is very passionate and does a lot of hard work, but Sami is just a whole different kind of breed of entertainer. You can tell how much he cares and he’s passionate. Doing interviews with him is so much fun because we can riff off of each other and figure out the way the audience will perceive it. That man is brilliant.”

She further talked about being on The Bump and the future of the show:

“I remember at the time I was kind of in a rut and that happens in any job. Every single week was the same. At that time, I was only just going to Friday Night Smackdown once a week. I was like, I need to do more. I need to always be doing something. So The Bump has completely revitalized me and my passion for not only WWE, but just for being an on air personality and to see how it’s been received by the fans and it continues to grow. We’re like three years in on this show. If you look at the history of shows like this in WWE, it’s not really a thing for us to see shows last this long and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. It went from like, ‘What is this Bump that I have to go to?’, and now it’s like them coming up to me and asking like, ‘Hey, when can I come on your show?’ So it’s awesome. I think it’s just going to keep growing.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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