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Cameron talks confrontation with Paige, training outside WWE, more


WWE Diva Cameron appears on Maria Menounos’ AfterBuzz TV Total Divas After Show, responding to questions regarding her status with the company and role in the Divas Revolution. Joining hosts Christy Olson, George Hermoza, Paulina Aguilar and Tough Enough alum Daria Berenato, the reality star and singer reveals she’s training outside WWE and declares, “I’m just going to start a little controversy.”

Cameron, real name Ariane Andrew, didn’t hold back when asked about a violent altercation with fellow Diva Paige, which aired on Total Divas. “I just feel like she’s had so many opportunities given to her, like sometimes people start to feel themselves a little bit.” Assuring fans that what they saw on the show was not scripted, Cameron adds, “Maybe she feels like, ‘I am bomb so I can act this way.'”

Referring to herself, Divas Natalya & Emma, as the “forgotten ones,” Cameron dishes that she’s training outside the company to get back in the ring. “I’m doing my own training, like what I’m not supposed to be doing,” she says. “I want to be the best that I can possibly be and if it means like being a rebel, and if I get in trouble for it, at least I can say I got in trouble because I want to be better.”

But the outspoken wrestler and valet thinks there’s room on the roster for her right now. While Cameron praises Team B.A.D. member Tamina Snuka, she also reveals that fans want her in the spot. “People have been like, I wish it would’ve been you instead of Tamina…To see you, Sasha and Trin, that would have been some sassiness.” When asked if she’s made the suggestion to her bosses and if they’re receptive to her ideas, Cameron answers flatly, “Been there, done that.”

  • BAE might be “BI”-polar;)

    I wonder how long she’s been getting this independent outside training. Between that and acting classes and her new music and anti bullying campaign Cameron deserves a lot of credit for trying to better herself and stay prod

  • Sylvia Massington UserOfTheYea

    Eww omg