Mandy Leon not only looks to further the Women of Honor brand in 2018, but is also looking all around the world in terms of where she would like to compete.
Leon talked about the backstage atmosphere in an interview with the Pittsburg City Paper. It's all positive vibes backstage, and everyone gets treated equally and supports one another. Sounds like good times:
As far as the locker room goes, we’re mixing with the guys, so it’s Ring of Honor and Women of Honor, and the roster is really a family. I always say that. The talent in that locker room’s relationship is unlike anywhere you’re going to work in this business. When we come here, we’re brothers and sisters. We look out for each other. There’s no negative vibes, and you know that everyone has your back. Everybody is going to support you and is willing to help you and give each other feedback. The women are treated equal in that space, and that’s what’s so great about this roster in general. Even when we hate each other in the ring and are working each other, we still put that aside and support each other when anyone needs help. I don’t know how to describe it other than ‘amazing'.
When it comes to her goals for 2018, she makes it clear that she would love to travel the globe. She drops one promotions name in particular, one that coincidentally, has recently forged a relationship with Ring of Honor:
I want to travel a lot more, I want to get into the U.K. scene and go to Mexico, too. I’d like to do as much traveling as I can to really embrace an international name. I want to learn more and grow more, and I’m feeling more confident in the ring after my tour of Japan. I’d love to go back to Japan and see how the relationship with Stardom goes. I just want to travel more and enjoy life and soak up so much knowledge and grow. And a WOH belt would be pretty great too!
Leon was interviewed by Fightful a few months ago. In the interview, she expressed interest in the Women on Honor division getting a championship title soon, as well as the future of the division as a whole.