Lacey Evans Talks Her Quick Push To The Main Roster From NXT: 'People Get What They Deserve'

Lacey Evans says she deserved to move up to WWE's main brands so quickly.

Speaking to Kevin Kellam for 101WKQX radio in Chicago to hype Survivor Series weekend and all of the ongoing festivities, Lacey addressed her critics who feel she got to the "big dance" too early.

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"Too early? Sweetheart. No such thing. People get what they deserve. I'm a hard worker and they saw that I could bring many things, including class to the main roster to Raw, to SmackDown on any brand that I'm put in," she quipped. "And that is exactly what I did. So, I mean, a lot of people may be mad because they're not in my position making the money that I'm making, but that has nothing to do with me."

When asked about the fifteen-women fracas at Survivor Series 2019, Lacey said she's only concerned about eventually winning gold in WWE.

"Look, I have to bring hand sanitizer with me everywhere that I go because of the nasty things that I have to deal with on a daily basis. So am I interested in getting my hands on anyone in particular? No. Do I want to represent SmackDown Live and show them what we are competent and what we can do? Absolutely," she said. "But no if it could be my choice, I wouldn't get my hands on nobody but the SmackDown and Raw champions like I have before to be the champion because that is what Lacey Evans is. She is a champion. And until I am, I'll just sit here and do whatever I have to do until that time comes."

Lacey will be part of Team SmackDown into Survivor Series on Sunday, November 24, 2019, live on pay-per-view and WWE Network.

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