Dana Brooke admitted that she wasn't comfortable with everyone knowing about her Twitter exchanges with Batista.
For weeks, Brooke and Batista have been exchanging tweets in what has been described by WWE as a "budding Twitter romance." In an interview with Sports Illustrated, Brooke admitted that she wasn't much of a fan of everyone knowing about it, but after seeing all the positive feedback from social media, she started liking the idea of the public being in on it.
"I’ve known Dave [Batista] for a couple years, especially when my ex was bodybuilding. Dave was big in the fitness and bodybuilding scene, and that’s how we met. I’ve always respected what he’s accomplished in WWE and in the movies, and I was quite surprised when he tweeted at me. I’m a very private person, so it was a little shocking for me that everything was out there. But it’s so awesome that people have been so supportive. We’ll see where it goes, but we share a lot of similarities and a lot of respect for one another. It was a little uncomfortable at first that everything is out there, but the way everyone has been so positive about it, it has a warm place in my heart," Brooke said.
As for her WWE career, Brooke said she has plenty of goals to accomplish. One thing Brooke said she hopes to continue being is a role model and be someone fans can relate to.
"I have so many goals in WWE, but I want people to know that I am always going to stand by my fans. I am always going to relate to each and every person, and I am going to remain so grateful for my fans. That’s what keeps me motivated. They make me want to spread my message. And for those who don’t believe in me, I hope I can find a way to relate to them, too. In 2020, people will see me keep working. I’m going to keep trying, keep training, and I’ll keep fighting and spreading my message," Brooke said.
It was also stated by Brooke that she recently signed a five-year deal to remain with WWE.