Zelina Vega made history when she became the first-ever winner of WWE’s Queen’s Crown. That huge moment in Saudi Arabia all started with Vega finding out about the tournament online.

Vega is having a blast with the Queen’s Crown. She is a heel and has a new faux British accent too. Now she is carrying on and looking for her next challenge.

Out of Character podcast recently spoke to Vega where she revealed that nobody told her about the Queen’s Crown tournament. She had to hear about this from social media and not her actual employer.

“Funny enough, I read it on the internet, which kind of spoiled it in a way for me too. I was like, ‘Man, I would love to hear about this from my job.’ I’d love to hear it from the horse’s mouth and know that this is 100 percent actually happening instead of getting excited for something and it doesn’t happen. I remember reading about it briefly on the internet and was like, ‘that’d be really cool if it was actually a thing.’ WWE has taken so many steps to make the women important and this is another thing to do that. I remember thinking, ‘it’s real now. Woah, that’s a long plane ride.’ I was excited. Winning it or not, I was excited to do it and be part of it. Same thing with Evolution. You’re part of history regardless. You get those genuine and emotional moments and I feel like those are things that are missing in wrestling. Without the internet, we used to be able to go to a show and be like, ‘Oh my God, I can’t believe they won, did you see the reaction?’ I genuinely miss those times. When Booker T was king, we went to Madison Square Garden and my little brother had three signs. One of them said ‘King Booger’ and it had him with his pinky up (picking his nose). When he’s holding it up and yelling at Booker, I was like, ‘Oh no, this is bad.’ During a commercial break, Booker and Sharmell turn to my brother and are yelling at him. He’s having such a good time and I’m like, ‘this is what it’s supposed to be. This is what wrestling is and what it’s for and if you can pull those emotions out of people, that’s what we want.’ I miss those feelings and why I feel like spoilers suck. We can rekindle that if we figure it out.”

We’ll have to see how things turn out for her. If anything, this goes to show that WWE really doesn’t clue their Superstars in on their plans until the very last moment.

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Thanks to Fightful for the quote

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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