Bayley is one of the most popular women's wrestlers on the main roster, but she admits that she's no locker room leader.
In an interview with Bleacher Report promoting WWE 2K17, Bayley spoke on her role in the locker room in the main roster after spending years as a leader in NXT. She said that she wants to build herself up in the hierarchy of WWE's locker room, but understands that she is starting all over again.
"I feel like I'm starting all over," Bayley said. "Now I'm the new kid on the block. I'm always the first one here, and I want to be in the back of the locker room and not get in anyone's way. People still respect my opinion, which is cool. But I want to put myself in the position where I can build myself back up and show that I'm not just going to come in and act like I own the place, where I'm the leader like I was in NXT. I understand that I'm at the bottom now."
While on the subject of locker room leadership, Bayley also said that she would go to Alicia Fox in terms of asking for advice, considering the fact that she is one of WWE's longest tenured female wrestlers still active on the roster -- Fox has been with WWE since 2008. But she also said that she would go to Triple H if it's for something in general, saying that the two have had a long standing relationship with the former WWE Champion thanks to Bayley's time in NXT.
"Locker room-wise, I go to Alicia Fox, because she's the veteran," Bayley said. "But if it's something I need in general, Triple H is here, and he's someone who I built a good relationship with at NXT, and I think that carries on here. So if I have a question of if I'm doing something right, or if everything I'm doing is OK, he's someone that I'm going to feel comfortable going to."
The full interview can be seen here.