Bayley Doesn't Mind Crowds Singing During Her Matches, But They Should Wait For Her To Approve It

Hey, Cardiff, Bayley doesn't mind the singing, but it's very distracting.

Bayley had her first pay-per-view match in over a year at WWE Clash at the Castle and even though she's currently a heel, the crowd in Cardiff, Wales couldn't help but serenade the leader of Damage CTRL. Singing their own take on Bruce Channel's "Hey Baby," those in Wales excitedly let Bayley know they wanted her to be their girl.

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Speaking to Baby Huey on In The Kliq, Bayley said she was expecting the chants and appreciates the energy, but it was distracting for her as she was adjusting to a return to the ring on such a grand scale.

"I wouldn't call it my song. It's their song for me, but I knew that was gonna happen. I was so excited to come back to the UK because they are just such an ecstatic crowd. So energetic. Obviously, that's what, as WWE Superstars, we feed off of, what we crave is the noise you know? I will say it was a little distracting. I was trying to have my first big PLE [Premium Live Event] match back. I was trying to get my first big victory and they were a little loud in my ear. So next time, maybe they could just wait until I approve of it, but it was 60,000 people, our first stadium show in over 30 years, and being that successful, that was an incredible experience. I'm glad I got to be on the show," she said.

The chants first started during NXT's first tour of the UK in 2015 and since then, major crowds break out the chants for "The Role Model" whenever it suits them.

Elsewhere in the interview, Bayley spoke about Sasha Banks and Naomi's recent walk down the New York Fashion Week Runway. Read more here.

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