MATCH PROMO what a way to start hispanic heritage month amirite


La Diosa
El Paso, Texas
  • XV


Well, damn.

Where do we go from here?

This is a message to those who have wondered why I’ve been so quiet this week - I’m sorry for limiting your viewing of La Diosa de Diosa’s. I understand that after putting on such a great show against Ms. Extreme, I should be more attentive to my fans. Your wish is my command.

The past couple of weeks I’ve been preaching to the heavens that I was going to walk out of territorial invasion as the new EAW universal women’s champion. I felt it in my bones. I had this strong feeling that I was going to come out on top. I felt like my spiritual guides were putting numerous obstacles in my way, slowly leading me to that very moment. I told Ms. Extreme that there was no way that she was going to come out of that venue still the champion. I told her that the only way that she was going to beat me is if she killed me then and there. The last time I checked I still have a pulse. Egg on my face, right?

So where do I go from here? That’s been the question lingering in my head ever since Saturday evening. I thought that my loss at pain for pride was going to be the lowest I’d ever feel and boy was I wrong. Well, I take that back - maybe not that wrong because even though I lost - I feel OK. And I truly do mean that, wholeheartedly. While I didn’t come out the winner, I feel like I proved to a lot of people that I’m not just a talker. That I’m not just the flavor of the week. I’m someone who’s in it for the long haul and while maybe things aren’t going as planned I’m still gonna roll with the punches. Just like I’ve always done in my wrestling career and my life, in general. While I don’t know who’s brightest idea it was to plan one wrestling event right after the other, especially after being in such a brutal match, I’m ready for Clash of Champions. Whether you believe me or not, that’s all on you. I’ve taken two losses in my career thus far. That’s still something many in this match cannot say. And I feel like I’m handling them both very differently. When I lost to Donovan Duke, I felt like my world was crumbling. I felt like any sort of relevancy that I had to my name was vanishing. I thought that I was going to get lost in the mix because I blew the only opportunity that I had to get my name out there. As I’ve said before, this time it’s a little different. Even though I don’t have what I want. I feel like I gained a lot more than I thought it would. In this journey, I’ve learned a lot about myself. Even though I come across as one of the most confident individuals on this roster, I have nothing to show for all of the claims that I put out there. I said that I could hang with some of the best of this roster, but I couldn’t prove that beforehand because I never faced any of them. Anyone who saw my match with Ms. Extreme this past weekend would attest that I had a fair shot at winning. I had an equal chance of becoming a world champion. No one can look me in the eyes and say that I dropped the ball because I know that I didn’t. You see, I am a woman of faith. I believe that certain things happen for a reason and while I don’t understand how this outcome happened, I’m going to accept it. I’m going to accept my loss against Ms. Extreme and I’m going to move forward with my career. I'm sure some are praying for my downfall and hope I fall off the wagon and never hear from me again, that’s simply not going to happen. I want to be a representative icon to my Mexican American community. Just like them, when you are faced with obstacles such as my loss, you learn to surpass them. I’m a firm believer that destiny has put me on this path for a greater reason. I know that greater things are on the horizon.

I know that people are going to use my loss as an excuse to undermine me and my impact in this match. Some may even be bold enough to say that my head isn’t in the game right now because of recent events. I’m sorry to break the hearts of many, but that isn’t the case. Maybe instead of assuming things about me, why don’t you sit with me and ask me how I’m doing. Why don’t you ask me how my day has been? Or how I’m feeling? As I said during the week of Territorial Invasion, I don’t give a fuck about this fraternity bullshit mentality that all of these stupid idiots have in this company. “Let’s go team dynasty!!!” “NO! Let’s go team Voltage!!!” As if this one night of unity would put a stop at y’all snapping each other’s necks when given the chance. If any of you are concerned about my lack of participation in this match, just ask - why? Here’s your answer - because I don’t give a fuck. Do I gotta spell this out for you all? I-DONT-GIVE-A-FUCK. While I’m ready for any challenge that comes my way, I’d be painted as a liar if I came out here and said that I truly give a shit about Dynasty or any other show for that matter. I’m on this journey for ME. I’m here, battling out all of these white serpents for me and my people. I’m not here to elevate any other person in this match other than myself. I don’t want to be here, especially teamed up with some of the worst Elitists I’ve ever set my eyes on. I know damn well that no one on my team, with the exception of one, thinks of me as a valuable member. NO ONE from Team Dynasty came to me and wished me good luck against my match at Territorial Invasion. I’m a firm believer that any disdain a person may have against me is stemmed from rooted jealousy, but hey - it’s just another day on the job, right? Wouldn’t be the first time I’m paired with an individual who is supposed to have my back but ultimately, they are threatened and jealous of me and my success. By the way, hey Guerita, how ya doin’?

I’ve seen a lot of promotional videos posted on the EAW website and I’d be lying if I said I went through all of them in order to give an educated response to my opponents. Fuck that. Ain’t nobody got time for that bullshit. Unlike a lot of you stupid fucks, my time is valuable. I don’t just go around doing charity work. You should all be feeling blessed that you get to step in the ring with one of the best in this business. Yeah, one of THE bests to ever write their name on the dotted line of an EAW contract. Who am I supposed to face anyway? Rebecca Blackwell? Rebecca who?? Holly Arrow? Holly whoooo?! Mary Atlas? A person who I’ve beaten so many times already that I can’t even remember the exact number?! IDOL-GUN? Didn’t we all witness Camille humiliate and embarrass one of you a few months prior? How am I supposed to really get excited and hyped up knowing that I’m facing people who I could easily beat with one hand tied behind my back? Ladies, let me start this off by saying thank you for including me in your promotional videos numerous times even though I didn’t give a fuck about giving any of y’all the time of day. Ah yes, I remember those days - when I had to try super duper hard to get people’s attention or else I’d get lost in the mix. You know what, I just had a realization. I’m going to post this promotional video and once it pops up into people’s homepages, they’re going to click without hesitation. I’m sure even some of my opponents may sigh as they roll their eyes saying, “finally.” Even though I’ve been keeping a low radar, I’m still the most talked-about woman in this match. I’m still the one that has the most hype out of all of you fucking failures. I may have lost, but I’m nowhere near out of the picture. This is just another opportunity to put my name out there and to continue showing why soon, I will be the holder of one of the many prestigious championships that EAW has to offer. The Universal Women’s World Championship may have not been it, but maybe something bigger and greater is. Pinches putos.


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