Eva Marie performed on WWE RAW again this week, and fans had a lot to say about her time in the ring. They lambasted her on Twitter and caused her name to trend, but it wasn’t for the best reason. If you ask Eva Marie, it’s a good thing as long as they’re talking about her, because she loves WWE fans.

The subject of Eva Marie’s WWE return has been a hot button of controversy. She came back just after a time when WWE fired several Superstars. Now she is back on the RAW roster and fans are already speaking out against her boking.

While talking to TV Insider, Eva Marie opened up about the WWE fans’ criticism of her work. She loves it because “that’s what it’s all about.” She then went on to say that WWE has “the best fans” and she has no problem whatsoever playing a villain.

“I love it. That’s what it’s all about. I have the best fans. The WWE Universe is 100 percent the best fans in the world. The fact that I get love and hate, that’s what it is all about. I have no problem playing that villain. I embrace the criticism and all the hatred because I want all those fans to come to a live show and boo me, cheer me, be extremely happy seeing the smile on my face get knocked off by a Becky Lynch or a Bayley or a Rhea Ripley or anybody in the women’s division. If they’re talking, I’m doing my job.”


The fact is that Eva Marie’s heat might be more “go away” than legit. We’ll have to see how the weeks progress as she starts performing in front of live fans once again. The former Total Divas star certainly drummed up enough negative attention with her showing on RAW this week.

What’s your take on WWE’s booking of Eva Marie? Sound off in the comments!

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