Dasha Fuentes speaks out on her time in WWE.
After being let go by WWE just last month, Fuentes is now looking back at her experience in WWE. When speaking with Chris Van Vliet of WSVN-TV, Fuentes responded to criticisms that she was too robotic on camera.
"It's trying to oddly find that balance of not showing too much personality which as you can see I kind of have a little bit of it and showcasing the talent because at the end of the day it's about the talent and what it is that they have to say. They don't want us to skew any opinions or form any biases about what's going on so for me that's the hard part because I'm all or nothing," said Fuentes.
Working in front of the camera led to a lot of situations changing at a moment's notice for Fuentes herself. She elaborated on dealing with that, and what kind of attitude is required to make that work.
"You know I don't know what goes on in their minds up there. One day something is 100% what they want and the next day they wake up on the other side of the bed or a butterfly flaps its wings and this butterfly effect happens and it completely changes. It's one of those things where you have to take any sort of criticism or critique with a grain of salt and be flexible," Fuentes stated.
Many don't realize that Dasha was originally signed to WWE to perform as a wrestler. While that didn't work out, she said that she hopes to get back in the ring.
"I would love to, I would love to. I am no spring chicken anymore so I probably couldn't wrestle every single weekend but I would love to have some matches here and there," Fuentes said.
You can see Fuentes' full interview with Chris Van Vliet above. Subscribe to his channel for dozens more.