Carmella has had a rollercoaster career playing a variety of roles during her stint with WWE, but she’s currently gearing up for another big opportunity at WWE’s Money in the Bank, as she faces off against Bianca Belair as the “Raw” woman. will challenge for the championship. Ahead of that match, the former “SmackDown” Women’s Champion took to Twitter to address the many ways WWE uses her and the booking decisions she has made to stay in her current state.
“You can make me the manager, give me a chin-free guy, give me a dance break in the middle of a match, change my character, make me wear a mask, be a last minute replacement, and I’m always going to show up.” And going to show up, Carmella tweeted. “I rise at every opportunity and you can’t take it away from me.”
Carmella originally debuted in “NXT” in 2014 as both a wrestler and manager for the tag team of Enzo Amore and Big Cass. Since being called to the main roster, there have been moments when Carmella has been seen as the centerpiece of the WWE Women’s Division, such as when she won the first-ever women’s Money in the Bank ladder match (controversially) and her Used “SmackDown” to defeat Charlotte Flair for the Women’s Championship. But as she notes, she has been presented inconsistently, sometimes barely used on television, or has primarily been a comedic act, such as when paired with R-Truth. went.
While Carmella is getting a title shot at the upcoming premium live event this Saturday, that also wasn’t part of the original plans, as Rhea Ripley was slated to compete against Belair earlier. A legitimate injury to The Judgment Day star forced WWE to change plans, after which Carmella won a fatal fiveway for the number one contender to win her title against Becky Lynch, Asuka, Liv Morgan and Alexa Bliss.
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