MATCH PROMO 🖤 "i really underestimated how fucking annoying you actually are." 💀 pain for pride iii

Kassidy Heart

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:mjlol: I really underestimated how fucking annoying you actually are. The more I listen to you, Andrea, the more my head starts to hurt. And that’s not really a good thing for me. I have a long history of head trauma and headaches tend to stick with me for a while. I don’t like dealing with them because they really have a tendency to make me act out of character. Then again, if I’m suffering from one come Pain for Pride, that will probably just benefit me even more because what I do to this company’s golden girl, the smiling face that everyone loves to see compete, won’t be held against me. I’m not going to be held accountable for whatever happens to you during the match and however you choose to deal with the aftermath. You overcame your own fuckery from last season to become a world champion again, so props for that. I’m sure you’ll be fine once I take the Universal Women’s Championship from you because while these people don’t deserve to see me continue making history, that title needs someone who can truly take it to that next level. Regardless, the real ones know how to move forward and adapt, and become even better versions of themselves. That’s a huge lesson that I had to learn, and yeah, it took the help of people who care about me to help me learn it. I’m still not about to apologize for having a team of people around me dedicated to my success because at the end of the day, I’m here to become the best. If that means I need to have people help me stay the course, then by all means. The hard work has paid off in spades so far, and I refuse to believe that you’re stupid enough to think that I’m only standing here because of who I’m married too. Like I don’t bust my ass for hours at a time, every single day, learning how to handle and deal with some real stressful shit. Like I don’t sacrifice time away from my twins and my family in order to fulfill my destiny. Like I haven’t worked tirelessly to not only better myself as an athlete, but as an overall student of this game. Don’t shortchange me and the time I put into becoming the force of absolute fucking nature that you get to deal with come Pain for Pride. You have always been the type of bitch to throw nasty little digs into your videos, and most people don’t catch them because they’re blinded by your smile and entranced by your pretty face. But the weird shit you say isn’t lost on me and I see right through the sunshine and rainbows that you surround yourself with. I’m nobody’s fool and you’re not going to treat me like one. When the two of us faced off against each other in the Empress of Elite tournament way back when, I wasn’t really established as of yet. Sure, I was a new Empire Tag Team Champion, but EAW didn’t really know me as me, and they had no clue what I was going to bring to the table going forward. You were the new Openweight Champion and someone who had already started to make a name for herself on Empire, but I was able to defeat you, setting the standard back then between the two of us and letting you know that I was always going to be better. I wasn’t even half the athlete back then that I am now, and no, I’m not going to act like you’re still the same girl either. But you know very well that I established myself before I ever got married to the Chairman and to say otherwise just drags you down to the same level as everyone else who’s tried to knock me down this season with that outrageous narrative.

Then again, why am I surprised? You’re a basic, vanilla cunt without a single shred of creativity when it comes to creating content that might actually give one of your peers something to think long and hard about. Not even the GrEaT Andrea Valentine could go a whole week without having to bring my relationship into the picture because she has fuck else to say. You really could have gone down any road. Literally any other road, but you really had to pick the street with the busiest intersection and make yourself sound like literally everyone else. That’s not a compliment, by the way. It’s truly pathetic and I’m disappointed that you had to go there because there’s just nothing there to discuss. I don’t know why I expected more. Really, I don’t. It’s not like you have ever said or done anything that has made me open my eyes and look at you in awe. You’re just Andrea Valentine, after all. So of course you are going to take the obvious approach to me and attack my personal life because my professional life is one that’s been pretty flawless, especially as of late. I truly am a sight to behold when it comes to this sport and I understand that people more often than not find themselves with very little to talk about in terms of what I’ve gone through. It’s always my past promos and my marriage that is held against me and I just can’t help but sigh and roll my eyes. I wish people would think outside the box for once and bring me something that’s worth talking about. Make me think. Make me question myself. Give me fucking something to feel a way about. This is Pain for Pride and I refuse to believe that this is the best you can come up. I can’t believe I’m even thinking of entertaining this shit. I would much rather be in my hotel suite with my husband playing with chloroform and reliving our wedding night. The thought of being taken advantage of while knocked unconscious is a hell of a lot more interesting than listening to this absolute garbage of a video. I really can’t believe I thought that somehow this match would be any different from all the others I’ve been through this season. It’s the same shit. Different day. Different face. I guess I figured it would be different because of how the world views you, Andrea! People just love you and you always seem to get the most amount of cheers! Everyone loves a good sport, and more importantly, they appreciate someone who can admit when they were wrong (unless that’s me, but that’s a whole other subject).

If I were a better person, I would actually respect you for your candor. I know it likely sucks to have last season thrown in your face over and over again, but what did you really expect? It was extremely odd to see you in that state. You went through a literal identity crisis right before our very eyes and all because you lost to Rex McAllister back at Pain for Pride 13? That’s an assumption on my part, so if I’m wrong about that, whatever. I’m just trying to read between the lines here so to speak and figure out what caused you to fall apart. Stress? Pressure? Reality? I’m not sure because everyone has their own way of processing things and dealing with shit. My way hasn’t always been well received, and you know what? That’s fair. I don’t really give a fuck if people appreciate my growth and maturation or not. It goes without saying that I have never really been seen in the best light here in terms of how I’ve handled myself. You felt the need to reference this in either your first or second video, and that’s fine. The person I was a couple of years ago is the person these people want to hold near and dear. They don’t want to believe I have changed and become a more complete individual. It wasn’t that long ago that Chris Elite referred to me as the most insecure world champion that EAW has ever had, and that whole thing just struck me as odd because I haven’t questioned anything in a very long time.

What’s there for me to question?

I’ve more than done what I set out to do when I signed with REVOLT. Back then, I don’t even think I believed any of this was possible for me to achieve. I didn’t see myself in the most positive light because for the majority of my adult life I had been broken down over and over, and made to believe I wasn’t good enough to amount to anything. I had some horrible people in my life at the time. People who only wanted me to serve them and stay quiet. I was never allowed to want anything and my own needs never took precedent. I was confined to that life for years, and the few times I took liberties, including making the decision to become something more than just a valet, I was made to suffer for it. It has taken a long time for me to heal those scars and part of that process has been trying to figure out who I am as a person. You tried to question me on that a few weeks ago on Dynasty and I found it to be pretty insulting. You know exactly who I am, and for that matter, who I was. I’ve shown the EAW Universe every part of my life for the past four and a half years. I have shared the good times and the bad, and I have owned mistakes and celebrated my triumphs. I’ve never tried to make myself into something that I’m not. Even though I hate to admit my own mortality at the best of times, I have had to go through the same growth process as everyone else. There have been times when I have lost sight of the bigger picture. I don’t think I’ve ever denied that. I have questioned the process. I have gotten angry over the success of other people. I have demanded to know when the fuck it will be my time. I got to a point where I was so completely jaded that I completely disrespected the National Elite Championship, which is a belt that actually allowed me to join the Triple Crown club. You aren’t the only one who’s gone on a complete downward spiral, and I have no problem admitting that I wasn’t able to pull myself out of it. I had to have help. My loverface had to step in and take control of my situation, and I’m thankful he did. It completely sucks to say this, but I wasn’t strong enough to fix things myself. My old demons were back. Nothing was good enough. I was extremely bitter. I was not acting like a former world champion and face of EAW.

I was a monster, in a much different way than I am now.

And my most crushing defeat came during that time, and conveniently at the same exact event that yours did. Whereas you thought about calling it a career, I nearly lost mine due to the worst concussion I’ve ever had. Funny how life works out, and how you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s taken away from you. I have to begrudgingly give you a miniscule amount of props for attempting to work through the majority of your own issues while still being an active competitor. I tried to do the same, and I know it couldn’t have been easy. You don’t necessarily believe the words you’re speaking and you question how they’re coming across. You step into the ring with slight hesitation because you aren’t that confidant about how the match is going to go. It’s just an entirely different feeling when you are competing at your lowest point and both of us have to go through that. In fact, I would wager that all of our peers have gone through it before. But what gets me is the double standard that seems to pop into place whenever I’m involved in something. I’ve embraced the villain role the world has cast me in, don’t get me wrong, and because the EAW Universe doesn’t like the fact I’m better than their favorite Elitist, I’m not allowed to speak about my own journey in an open and honest way. Whenever I reference the past, I’m complaining or labeled as insecure and ungrateful. Whenever I speak about my life experiences and the stuff I suffered from in the past, I’m told that no one cares and that everyone has to go through stuff. Even if you didn’t want the world’s sympathy, you still got it, Andrea, because you are you, and people accept you. I have been very candid about how it used to haunt me that I didn’t receive the same respect and recognition from the fans. Nothing I did was good enough in their eyes. I was just constantly frustrated and felt extremely underappreciated, and it didn’t help that I was already going through a lot more bullshit that I created inside my own head. My sweet babycake took matters into his own hands and pulled me out of that. It took him not sparing the rod, among other things, but he got me out of the darkness, guided me through the door, and introduced me to the light. Ryan fell for the girl he saw backstage at REVOLT who kept her head down and was just happy to be away from her old situation and starting a new life. He saw potential in me that I sure didn’t see and Ryan knew from our very first encounter that if he could just get his hands on me, he could transform me into the greatest competitor this sport has ever seen. I have learned so many valuable lessons from him and one of the biggest takeaways is that it’s pointless to concern yourself with the opinions of sheep. I have said it so many times before because you plain Jane Elitists love to assume that I still cry myself to sleep because people don’t like me, but it truly is a freeing feeling to just not give a fuck about the opinion of anyone other than Daddygawd.

It’s when I stopped giving a fuck that I was able to come into my own and become the person I was always meant to be. I’m cold and ruthless, Andrea. That is who I am. I happily sit on my throne, positioned at the very top of the mountain, and look down at all of you as you try to reach my level. A few of you have been able to make it, but your stay is always temporary. It’s my job to protect the kingdom Ryan has built and expand our territory, so I’ve made it my goal to continue knocking everyone back down. Destroying other people and shattering their dreams has become my favorite part of this job. I truly do not give a fuck if the rest of you feel like you’re getting a pay off or not. The success and happiness of other people does nothing for me. I’m not benefitting from someone else being a champion or winning something big. It’s not my name or face being spoken about ro flashed around on the promotional material. It’s not my legacy that is being added too. It’s always about me, what I want, and what I decide I want on any given day, and unfortunately for you, what I want right now is the Universal Women’s Championship. We can continue swapping stories about our struggles and our growth as human beings, but at the end of the day, the only thing that matters is that championship, and it’s going to be wrapped around my waist as we head into Season 16.

This match between the two of us has been highly advertised, and rightfully so. Any match I’m a part of automatically becomes the one everyone just has to stop and watch. For all that I’ve gone through mentally and emotionally, I’ve solidified myself as the biggest draw in this place. You’re going to tune in to see if I can continue terrorizing your faves or if you’re going to see someone finally knock me down. If I were a sheep, I would be captivated by myself too. I’ve become that bitch. LOLKassWins. I’m good at my job and I demand perfection. I’m held to extremely high standards by Daddygawd, the team, and most importantly, by me. You can continue to believe that you have what it takes to show me who’s boss come Pain for Pride, but I’m telling you now, Andrea, you’re not going to accomplish whatever it is you’re out to do. You aren’t going to prove anything other than you have never been able to fuck with Kassidy Heart and stand with her as an equal. I have no equals. You don’t have the ability to show me anything inside that ring that I haven’t already seen and conquered multiple times over. I don’t know why you’re wasting your time and letting yourself hang on by a single thread. It’s pointless to go back and forth with me about who’s better because if history is anything to go by, the answer is pretty obvious. I do believe you’re talking just to talk. You have too. It’s part of the job. You have to promote the match and hype yourself up, but there’s got to be some realism involved as well. You can’t possibly think that you, of all people, have the ability to show me how to get things down between the ropes. You can’t possibly believe that you are going to be the person who sends Kassidy Heart down for the one… two… three. This is Pain for Pride. This is what I train all year for. There is a championship on the line and for me, there is another chance to make history. You have got to know that I am going to put myself in position to win this match, right? I purposely picked the Universal Women’s Championship go after because I want to be the first woman to truly hold it twice. I wanted to do something different and face different competition. I put myself through a ladder match in hopes that it would give me the challenge I’ve been begging for literally all season. It didn’t. People are still the same ignorant cunts they’ve always been and it looks like you’re no better than the rest of the group. At Pain for Pride, I’m taking that Universal Women’s Championship you've been allowed to hold. I’m going to make sure that you know your place around here and come to understand you don’t belong in the same fucking conversations as me.
 

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