“Serena Deeb was actually just back in the Mae Young Classic and I’m pretty sure everyone thought she was blackballed after she got released and I must have heard she’d retired a couple of years ago. So she’s an example of someone who a lot of people would’ve thought would never be back. Mickie James, Alundra Blayze, Drew McIntyre is probably one that people thought would never come back or Jinder Mahal. For me personally, I think it’s a matter of – I would need to come back under the right circumstances. I wasn’t happy with how I was used when I was there. I wouldn’t want to come back to basically fall into that same trap again.”
– Jessika Carr, who wrestled the Indy scene as Kennadi Brink, officially started with WWE by working the Mae Classic Tournament. Carr is the first full-time female referee to be hired by WWE and she went to Instagram to discuss what’s next.
Another page is turned, another chapter is beginning, another reality begins to unfold. My name is Jessika Carr, and I’m beyond blessed, excited and ready to do his company and the women’s revolution proud in being one of the best officials we’ve ever seen; male or female. #wwe #nxt #wwemaeyoungclassic #maeyoungclassic #wweladyzebra