Before Chelsea Green headed to WWE and made her NXT debut, she wrestled at All In, which was the precursor to AEW.
Green competed in a four-way bout against Tessa Blanchard, Britt Baker, and Madison Rayne in the only women's match on the show.
In the bout, Green hit a Canadian Destroyer, which is allowed as she's the only person who has been given the blessing of Petey Williams to hit the move.
Appearing on The Wrestling Perspective with Williams, Green discussed the spot and how it was it was the only thing she wanted to do.
"Going into the match, all I wanted to get in (was the Canadian Destroyer). I remember telling the girls that. We all wrote lists of things -- maybe we were only going to get ten minutes -- the one thing I really wanted to do and knew I could do well. I'm not really a move gal, I never have been, but the girls respected that I wanted to do [the Canadian Destroyer]. We got everyone's stuff in and I felt like it was the perfect move -- we didn't know who was going to win until maybe an hour or two before the match and at that point, we had just come up with everything. That was the finishing move. It doesn't get any higher than a Canadian Destroyer. Selfishly, I knew that had to be the finish or right before the finish. I think I got it totally right. There was no higher point in that match and everyone stood up after the Canadian Destroyer. The best thing I've ever done in my career was that moment. It was way better than my 14 seconds in the Royal Rumble," she stated.
Green made an appearance in the 2020 women's Royal Rumble, entering at number 16. She lasted 12 seconds but did eliminate Dakota Kai before she was eliminated by Alexa Bliss.
Elsewhere during the podcast, Green discussed her 90-day non-compete and wanting to keep her buzz up. You can find her full comments by clicking here.
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