Tough Enough Contestant Talks Being Terrified Playing Daniel Bryan’s Mistress, Wrestling In TNA

WWE 2015 Tough Enough contestant Chelsea Green was on Jordan Garber NOW this past week with host Jordan Garber. During the interview, she discussed her time starting out in the business with Lance Storm, being a contestant on Tough Enough and more. The program is now available on by clicking on the “VOC On Demand” or “2016 Archives” tabs, they sent us these highlights:

Playing Daniel Bryan’s “physical therapist” mistress:

“It was terrifying. On being day two as a rosebud they pulled me aside and asked me to play this part. But they didn’t tell me what it was and how big it was going to be. I had no idea how big it was going to be until I got into the ring and while I was cutting the promo.”

Being on Tough Enough at the Performance Center:

“I just enjoyed being surrounded by the Divas and the superstars at the Performance Center. You know how much better could it get for a girl that all she wants to do is wrestle and make a living for the top company? Doing that for a month in a half at the performance center was a dream come true.”

TNA and Japan:

“As far as being in TNA and being in the ring with Kong and Madison Rayne, how much better can it get? I want to be in the ring surrounded by these amazing women. It was such a cool opportunity and it’s one I hope I can keep doing … I wanted to make sure that I grabbed the bull by the horns and get everything out of that experience. I quickly learned in Japan that the girls are willing to teach and I’m willing to learn.”

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