The pro wrestling business needs people who understand all aspects of sports entertainment. While a pro wrestler’s career in the ring might have a shorter shelf-life, the fact is that those people can go on to work behind-the-scenes for years after hanging up their boots. Although she isn’t retired by a long shot, Taya Valkyrie would love shot to learn a bit more about the business.

While speaking to the Retro Chat Podcast, Taya Valkyrie explained that she is very interested in learning the art of writing for a pro wrestling show. Jimmy Jacobs could teach her a lot, and she’s more than game to learn all she can.

“I think this is such an interesting business, and I clearly have an interest in television, production, movies, and stuff like that. I definitely want to learn, not necessarily throw myself into it now because I still love being in the ring constantly, I’m obsessed, clearly. I really want to learn about the aspect of writing for wrestling, and how that creative process works, and pick Jimmy Jacobs’ brain and be like, ‘Tell me all the things.'”

Taya Valkyrie hasn’t really made a lot of waves in pro wrestling since her WWE release. She has wrestled for Impact Wrestling, the NWA, and other promotions. Only time will tell if she ends up in another company in a writer’s role, because her skills could help her land a job behind the camera as well.


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Felix Upton

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