Lacey Evans’ daughter received a spotlight on Friday Night SmackDown. This real life aspect of the storyline is really connecting with fans as well.

While speaking to CBS Local New York, Lacey Evans discussed her daughter. She was asked about being a role model and this is a task she takes very seriously.

“Absolutely. I’m proud, too, that I got to show her that it doesn’t matter where you come from, that you are responsible and capable of changing where you go. It doesn’t matter the cards you were dealt. You get to choose what game you play.”

“The only thing that I’m scared of is I didn’t have much growing up. I lived in tents, I lived in trailers, I lived in terrible, terrible situations. My baby doesn’t have to live like that. My biggest fear is if I lost everything today, everything with WWE and how great I’m doing and the money and everything that comes with it, I would be okay. I know that, because I know that because I come from nothing. You know what I mean? I have no fear of going back to that, because I know I can survive, and I know I can find happiness. Every day it’s your choice to be happy and make what you have work.”


“So, the only thing I could say is when you ask, am my proud of what I’ve shown my daughter, is I’m scared to death that if something happens, God forbid, I’m wondering how she would take it.”

Lacey Evans really does have a Mini Me and now that she has appeared on WWE television once, it’s highly plausible that she will continue to pop in from time to time.

H Jenkins

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