Serena Deeb is one of the top women in AEW but she is also the NWA Women's Champion. As those brands continue to work together, Deeb finds herself in one of the most prosperous points in her wrestling career.
Recently, Serena was interviewed on the Women’s Wrestling Talk podcast and opened up about her time thus far in AEW, balancing her priorities as the NWA Women's Champion, performing on pay-per-view for UWN, and more.
The Women’s Wrestling Talk team sent along the following quotes to Fightful.
Serena Debb Talks About Her Match with Thunder Rosa
“I think with someone like Thunder Rosa, it’s really easy. It’s just little things such as timing and just how you connect in the ring with somebody; those are easier with someone on her level.In-ring communication through your body and through your voice and all of that. When someone is super experienced and awesome such as she is, the communication is smoother and just more simple."
Serena Deeb Talks About Going For The AEW Women’s Title, While NWA Champion
“That is absolutely what I’m gunning for. I think, you know, it would be really powerful to hold two championships at the same time especially for two of the top companies in the world. When I first joined the AEW roaster, I 100% had my sights set on being the champion. Then there was a crossover with NWA and I started doing stuff with them. So, it's 100% what I'm looking at and where I’m looking at going.”
Serena Deeb Talks About Working With Prime Time Live
“It was really interesting. There were obviously no fans there and that’s just the signs of the times right now. But, I think that was my first time being in a studio like that because at Daily's Place we always have… at least there are people ringside and there is a little bit of noise and the nights we get to have fans there is a lot more noise. But that was my first real experience in the covid era of working in a studio. So, it was really interesting and I felt like I was really present in the match.”
Serena Deeb Talks About Getting The Call From AEW
“The call from AEW was I mean, when I say last second, it was like about 48 hours before the Dynamite match. It was sort of like an inquiry as to… would it something I’m interested in, is it what I’m prepared for and looking for at the moment. I went into it with this mindset of, I’m going to make the best of this opportunity… you know, try to go out there and have a great match. And I didn’t foresee anything coming because I was just focused on that experience. And making that as awesome as I could. Obviously, it went really well and things were really positive moving forward from that. So, like I said everything else that happened since then has been happening really fast. The opportunity to work with NWA was
absolutely like, just an honor and amazing.”
You can check out the full interview embedded at the top of this page.