WWE Diva Emma recently talked to the Herald sun at her own country Australia. She talked about a lot of things including her feeling on working with World Wrestling Entertainment, her gimmick and how she is enjoying it, her busy schedule in WWE and other interesting stuffs. Here are some higlights;

Working for WWE: “It’s crazy, I feel amazing even though it’s still completely surreal. I’m very lucky to be able to live the life that’s everything I ever wanted, to have made that possible for myself, and to be actually doing it.”

Her character: “The best wrestling characters are an extension of your real-life personality, and I’ve always been a bit of an attention seeker. I’m all about having a laugh, having fun, loving being around people who are like that, who give off that positive vibe. I just try to be that person and it’s easy because I love doing what I’m doing … if you are happy in your job, it shows.”

WWE’s busy schedule: “Being in this industry isn’t for everyone, that’s for sure. Wrestling consumes your whole life … for me that’s fine, it’s what I want, but for others not so much. Being in this industry means being at the Performance Centre five days a week, sometimes from morning until night, then doing shows on the road the other days of the week. I’ve only been home (to her Orlando apartment) twice a week for the whole of this year.”

WWE Hall of Famer ‘The Good Old’ Jim Ross recently talked to newsok.com where he discussed about what Gerald Brisco looks for while scouting for talents. Here is what he actually said;

“Jerry scouts all the amateur programs. He goes to all the major duals. He has a network of coaches who work with him who know what WWE is looking for. He goes to the NAIA nationals, the Division II nationals. He’s looking for guys who have that nice look, a marketable look — he doesn’t have to be 6-3; he could be 5-10 — and some of these guys have a little showmanship in them. They’ve got a little swag about them. You need extroverted athletes. If you’re an extroverted athlete who is motivated to be an entertainer, you could go from amateur wrestling and the wrestling room, the sweat and the stench, to really making a lot of money. There’s been a lot of them in the amateurs that did exactly that.”