Naomi: Intergender Wrestling In WWE Would Make Things Equal

On Monday's WWE Raw, Rusev and Liv Morgan will team up to take on Lana and Bobby Lashley in a mixed match tag team bout. WWE ran two seasons of Mixed Match Challenge, which pitted men and women tag teams against each other with the stipulation that the men and women didn't wrestle the opposite sex.

Speaking to So Catch, Naomi, who competed in both seasons of Mixed Matched Challenge, gave her thoughts on intergender wrestling.

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"I love it. I understand (why it's not done), but doing Mixed Match Challenge, that was my favorite thing about it because we get to interact with the guys. I think it would be awesome, as long as there is limitations and boundaries so stuff doesn't get too crazy. At this point, with the women being where they are and proving ourselves and wanting to be considered as equals in the company, you can't hold back in some areas and not in others. It would really make things equal. I think we can handle ourselves against the men."

Naomi hasn't been on WWE television since July 2019. She said in September that she was dealing with health issues and would return when the time was right.

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