Dan Lambert’s American Top Team has been given a lot of focus in the past few weeks on AEW television. They are currently feuding with Chris Jericho and The Inner Circle and it remains a highlight every week. America’s Top Team is comprised of popular UFC fighters such as Jorge Masvidal and Junior Dos Santos.

As part of the American Top Team, Kayla Harrison also made an appearance on AEW television earlier. However, she has not been seen even once since then. Now it seems the reason for that has been revealed.

While speaking with Jim Varsallone, Kayla Harrison talked about her one-time appearance in AEW. Kayla Harrison made it clear that she did not like being there whatsoever.

Kayla Harrison then went on to criticize professional wrestling in a huge way, as she called it fake and stupid. Unlike Dan Lambert, her hate for pro wrestling is genuine.

“Go ask all the other yahoos, who keep going back for more. I did one and I said, ‘I’m done.’ It’s so stupid. It’s so silly.

I mean, yeah, do you have fun when you go pick on the little kid at the playground? Secretly, you have a little bit of fun, it’s just so easy, it’s just a bunch of nerds and losers who couldn’t hack it in my sport so they decided to go and do a fake sport. I can’t believe I let Dan talk me into it, it’s just boring, it would be too easy to crush them. ”

While Kayla Harrison hates professional wrestling, Junior Dos Santos has already fallen in love with it. Dos Santos made it clear he wants to put Jake Hager through a table as well. We will have to wait and see when Junior Dos Santos will be able to have a one on one match with Jake Hager. Fans will certainly be looking forward to the match, whenever it happens.

h/t to Wrestling Inc for the quotes.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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