Not everyone is a fan of Lana’s in-ring style as a wrestler and yet despite that, she’s still arguably one of the most well known female superstars in WWE today.

She may not have the kind of popularity she once had as a manager, but she’s definitely doing everything in her power to make an impact as a competitor.

After being dropped through a table by Nia Jax for the second week in a row, Lana has made it crystal clear that she has what it takes to physically handle the demands of being a pro wrestler.

I remember my first tryout for WWE I got a NO & got rejected because they said I was a ballerina that might not be durable enough & they questioned my tenacity. That was for every DOUBTER & naysayer! I’m proud that I didn’t take NO for an answer! Always believe in yourself !

Lana is unlikely to ever become a bonafide top star in the women’s division but it’s hard for even her harshest critics to deny that she’s putting in the work necessary to improve.

Harry Kettle

Sports writer covering pro wrestling, MMA & football. Forever dreaming of a world where Jeff Hardy wins the strap one more time.

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