Toni Storm famously walked out on WWE in December, leaving the company after a live event despite being involved on television in a feud with Charlotte Flair, who was the reigning SmackDown Women's Champion at the time.
Storm obtained her release from WWE after walking out.
Speaking on AEW Unrestricted, Storm was asked if she thought she was done with wrestling after leaving WWE.
"There were moments, at first, definitely. I was like, 'Oh, well this is shockingly terrible, I'm going to leave forever. This is me done.' It didn't last long. I quit, left, and sat on it for a while. You get that wrestling itch. I really thought it was dead and I was done. I'm never done. I'm one of those where, I'm a lifer, I'll probably be around until I'm old as hell and I'll probably have kids that wrestle. I'm here for life. What else am I going to do? I don't have any other qualifications, I don't like anything else. I never showed an interest in anything whatsoever. I didn't really go to school, so, yeah. It's a hell of a bug. Before every match, I'm like, 'Why do I do this? This is the worst.' Then, right before you go through the curtain, you're like, 'Oh, yeah,'" she said.
Storm signed with AEW in March, making her debut on the March 30 episode of AEW Dynamite as the mystery participant in the Owen Hart Foundation tournament.
Storm has advanced to the semifinals of the tournament after defeating Jamie Hayter in the first round. She will face Britt Baker in the semifinals.
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