Storm would get her revenge on the December 3 episode of WWE SmackDown.
The feud between the two would be cut short after Storm walked out on the company following a live event on December 28.
Speaking on AEW Unrestricted, Storm was asked about the pie throwing segments and if that was the last straw for her.
"I was actually quite happy with that segment that day. It was a lot better than the original idea. The original idea was like, I was called up and asked if I was comfortable having my shirt ripped off or something. They wanted to do this whole angle where they wanted to rip my shirt off to be embarrassed, in my underwear, I guess. When you're asked if you're comfortable to do that and literally, people are being fired every single week, it's like, 'Well, yeah, I guess I'm comfortable with that.' [said with nervous sarcasm]. Then, a lot of people fought to not have that happen. That would have been a terrible idea. To be honest, the pie was actually quite a sweet treat in comparison to what it could have been. In hindsight, I don't really mad. I'm not even mad. People think I'm mad, I think it's hilarious, standing there covered in pie. I can demolish food, so if they're throwing food at me, that was a good day. Not painful at all. That was a good one, to be honest. That was one of my better times," she said.
Storm and Flair did have a televised match on the Christmas Eve episode of WWE SmackDown with Flair retaining her SmackDown Women's Championship.
Storm got her release from WWE after walking out and made her AEW debut on March 30. After joining AEW, Storm detailed her struggles at the end of her WWE run. You can find her full comments by clicking here.
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