Former WWE developmental diva Su Yung on The Roman Show

 

Former World Wrestling Entertainment developmental diva Su Yung says now is the time for her to go toe-to-toe with one of the biggest names in women’s professional wrestling -- Awesome Kong, aka Karma.

In an interview with The Roman Show, she addressed her desire to wrestle Karma, who is a former WWE and TNA Impact wrestling talent.

“If anyone faces Kong, the only match we can expect is killing people,” she said. “If she would go in there with me, the match would be unpredictable.”

Su Yung, who is part of the WWN live network, once was a developmental talent for the WWE, where she took a stab at several roles in the company.

“It was interesting. I wanted to be a woman of all trades. I tried everything,” she said. “I got to work with a lot of talented people

like Dusty Rhodes, Tom Prichard…tons and tons of names.”

Once she even wore the hat, striped shirt, of referee.

“Refereeing is no joke,” she said. “From being a wrestler, you have to appreciate it.”

The young and talented beauty said she still keeps in contact with some of the talent and trainers.

“I tend to check in every now and then,” she said. “Some cared for our progress and the students they trained. It’s humbling to hear from them and keep up. “

She also addressed her latest feuds, comic books and superheroes.

Hear the complete interview by clicking on the link

http://rodolforoman.com/su-yung-like-crack-karma/

Rodolfo Roman is a freelance writer/ TV producer-reporter.

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