Dana Brooke has been part of the WWE family for quite a few years now, and she has largely been involved in mid-card feuds during her time. Throughout her ups and downs, she has always received fan support. Brooke also explained why Seth Rollins’ recent comments deeply offended her.

Last week, United States Champion Seth Rollins addressed the possibility of Austin Theory cashing in his Money in the Bank contract on him. Rollins said that Theory had a better chance of cashing in on Roman Reigns or 24/7 champion Dana Brooke.

While speaking with Steve Fall of NBC Sports Boston, Dana Brooke addressed Seth Rollins’ comments. She then explained why his comments deeply offended her.

“I’ve taken it many times, Sam Roberts, Corey Graves, and now Seth Rollins. They don’t see what I do behind the scenes. It’s always about an opportunity and I’m waiting on that opportunity to come out there and show them what I can do. But behind the scenes, I’m working 24/7. I’m in the ring here. I’m working out at the gym. I do boxing classes. I work on promo skills, acting classes, everything. I’m doing it all and never missed a day of work ever.

I’ve had deaths in the family. I’ve showed up to work that following week just because I want that opportunity. I really do. People always see what is showcased out there in the ring or what’s on TV, but they never see how someone is working behind the scenes. I promise you I’m the hardest working woman. I said talk is cheap because I have that aggression. I have that pent up, you know, anger inside that I’m just ready to let out and show the world that I can do it. Trust me, I can do it. I’m just as good and as equal as every other woman on the roster. At the end of the day, my time will come.”

Dana Brooke also wants to transition the 24/7 Title into the Women’s Intercontinental Championship. We will have to wait and see what the future holds for Dana Brooke.

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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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