Impact Wrestling's Jordynne Grace was recently interviewed by Wrestling Epicenter. You can see highlights below and the full interview at this link.
If people are ready to accept inter-gender wrestling from a national wrestling brand like Impact:
"I'm going to say no. A lot of people don't like inter-gender wrestling. A lot of people who don't understand wrestling at all hate inter-gender wrestling and are not comfortable with it. It is really unfortunate. But, I think as soon as a company like Impact Wrestling takes a chance and makes it a little more mainstream, then people will see good inter-gender wrestling and it will make it more palletable. Then they'll realize that this is something that people can watch and want to watch and actually makes sense."
On the vindication of her and her fiance both being part of huge shows in the New York area:
"It is funny you should mention that because we talk about it on a weekly if not daily basis about how when we first moved out here to Pennsylvania, no one knew us and we weren't really making any money. And now, we're doing what we're doing! Wrestling is our full time job. His matches are way crazier than mine. I mean, he's doing Madison Square Garden! It doesn't get any bigger than that. It is definitely surreal!"
On her plans for Impact's Rebellion PPV on April 28th:
"I have no idea. I feel like I never know until I get there.(laughs)"