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Sexy Star says she started WWE Women’s Revolution

Sexy Star recently spoke to The Roman Show, where she credited herself for something that happened in an entirely different company.

She said that when she won the Lucha Underground Title, it started the Women’s Revolution in WWE. She is definitely proud of her accomplishments in Lucha Underground since it was a major event in her career. She now seems open to provide help in something that she claims to have started.

“I personally think that yes. WWE took notice. I am proud that they gave me that opportunity as a woman, as a Mexican and as a warrior. I felt they (WWE) found out that that had a big buzz all over the world. I think it inspired them to act.”

“I would love to join WWE. I am open.”

“Can you imagine me versus Ronda Rousey in the WWE or the cage?”

Her comments have riled up fans. Even wrestlers commented on her remarks, including the likes of Tessa Blanchard and Paige.

  • Keith Learmonth

    Honestly, even watching Lucha Underground, they would’ve gotten a much better reaction if they’d given the exact same storyline to Ivellise.

  • Keith Learmonth

    Don’t forget, Sara Del Rey is Sara Amato, who has been a key trainer for women in the WWE performance centre since 2012, and since 2015 has been the assistant head coach there. A lot of what we’re seeing from the up and coming women in WWE is thanks to her.

  • Keith Learmonth

    The “Women’s Revolution” term was already being pushed heavily by WWE a full year before S.S achieved anything of note in the USA by winning the LU championship.

  • Rinn13

    It is completely fair to point out what a crapfest that WM main event was. Easily one of the worst in WM history, and hardly deserving of all the hype.

    But that has little to do with female wrestlers, and far more to do with the specific participants in the actual match itself. You want to see GOOD women’s wrestling? Then go look up “Sara Del Rey vs. Kana” on Youtube. That’s a Chikara match from 2011, a main event match in fact, where those two ladies put on an absolute technical clinic, and really tear the house down.

    Kana, BTW, is Asuka. The best woman on the current WWE roster, whom they stripped of her SD title, and left OUT of said WM main event.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    Thanks for the information even though I didn’t really care still it is nice to know.

  • CC

    Hey dude, the 1800’s called, they want their sexism back.

  • CC

    She is the bitch who went to business on her own during a match and tried to break the arm of Rosemary and ended up separating her shoulder.
    She apparently tried to do the same to another female wrestler as well.

    The woman is pretty much banned from multiple promotions because nobody wants to work with her anymore.

  • bread 50000

    And the men don’t botch? You sound like another ” I want to jerk off to bra & panties matches” type of guy.

  • rob

    Stupid fans started it, and now everyone has to watch the women botchfest main events… eer i mean the women revolution thing

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    Never heard of her.

  • jedi

    They are all wrong. The fans started it, the fans demanded it!

  • Rinn13

    Sexy Star is a piece of trash and so obviously in love with herself. If her briefly winning the Lucha Underground title, something that shouldn’t have even occurred because she didn’t deserve it, was SUCH a big deal “all over the world”, then why wasn’t it actually bigger news? Hell, Princess Kimberlee (who has her own problems), won the Chikara Grand Championship (which you can ALSO debate shouldn’t have happened), in December 2015, months before Stars win. And Kimberlee held the belt for 177 days, versus Stars credited 1 day.

    And guess what? That Chikara Grand Championship win, for an event that wasn’t televised, for a promotion that doesn’t have a TV show, garnered an article in Rolling Stone, of all things. Did Sexy Star’s token win merit that? No. In fact I seriously doubt anyone outside of AAA or Lucha Underground fans even knew it happened, let alone who she even is.

    I don’t put too much stock in WWE’s recent so-called “Women’s Revolution” anyway. Women’s wrestling has been around a long time, and had many peaks and valleys before this, even looking as far back as 1985 when a women’s wrestling match with Cyndi Lauper in someone’s corner, was all OVER the news and on MTV. But it’s seriously insulting, either way, for her to try and take credit for something she had absolutely nothing, at all, to do with.

  • Killswitch

    That’s hillarious.