WWE Mae Young Classic competitor Kavita Devi recently took part in an interview with The Hindustan Times where she discussed everything from her history-making MYC appearance as well as the pressure she faces. Devi became the first female Indian wrestler to compete for WWE upon joining the company, and she clearly has big ambitions for the future.
On the pressure she faces:
“I feel fortunate that I became the first Indian woman to join WWE. But, there is also a bit of pressure because I need to pave the way for other Indian women. I want to help them in every way possible and I hope that I will be able to become a role model for all the young girls in this country.”
On WWE’s push into the Indian market:
“During my time, I had to go to Dubai and it was the only girl from India. Now, the popularity has grown and with the tryouts in Mumbai, women can come in large numbers to compete.”
On her future:
“I do not know whether I will win a title in a month or even a year. But, my main motive is to train hard and to improve my work. That is the part that I control and that is what I will continue to do.”