Chelsea Green is a fan of female factions and wants to see more of them, especially in WWE.
During an interview with Spencer Love of the Conversations With Love podcast, Green spoke on the lack of all-female factions in wrestling, primarily in WWE and she believes that it is a missed opportunity. Green thought there would be more of that with the creation of the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship and the fact that those titles could be defended on any WWE show.
Green then spoke about a failed attempt at making a faction that would have included herself, Rachel Ellering and Deonna Purrazzo. Although Green laments the fact the faction never came to fruition, she is happy that she and Purrazzo did get to wrestle on Raw in the past few months.
“One-hundred percent, and especially in WWE," Green said. "That was such a crazy opportunity that we could have taken and run with, especially because the tag titles came out and then they were saying that NXT, or that the tag titles would be defended on every brand. I just felt like it was money. The reason that we decided to get together is not because we were like ‘oh, we’re better together.’ We actually all think that we’re strong singles wrestlers and better as singles wrestlers. But, we thought ‘(we) think this could work,’ because the Undisputed Era (were) better as singles wrestlers, and now look at them. It was a perfect opportunity to get these three singles wrestlers and put them together and show that this was going to be this perfectly well-rounded group of individuals. A strong person, a person that is more dramatic, which obviously is me, and then Deonna, the technical wrestler. I seriously think that could have been something that, if we had got the opportunity, we could have totally run with it. But then, I look back and I’m like ‘well, dang, I ended up on RAW, and Deonna ended up on RAW, so do I really care?’”
Credit to Spencer Love of the WCSN for the transcription. You can check out the full interview at this link.