Chelsea Green: Relentless Determination! She Vows To Keep the Belt At All Costs [Exclusive]

Chelsea Green is not afraid to fight for what she wants most out of life and in her WWE career. She’s living proof that if you want something bad enough, if you work hard enough, and if you ask the right people the right questions, you can overcome any obstacle that comes your way.

Green’s nearly 10-year journey in professional wrestling has not been without its challenges, but that road of rejection and dejection has molded her into a Superstar built to survive and thrive in today’s unpredictable WWE landscape.

World Wrestling Entertainment made headlines last Tuesday when its deal to merge with UFC and form the TKO Holdings Group under parent company Endeavor became official. For the first time in decades, Vince McMahon is no longer the majority owner of his family-founded company that he transformed into a global wrestling empire.

What the future holds for WWE is as unpredictable as it’s ever been. But no matter the moves that are made at the corporate level, you can count on Chelsea Green being someone who can handle whatever the trickledown effect may be.

“If I’m being honest, I feel like uncharted territory is where I thrive,” Green said in a recent interview with Cageside Seats. “I have been released. I have been fired. I have been not hired. I have been rehired. I have gone through all these things in one way or another. And it might not be the sale of a company, but it’s COVID, it’s a pandemic. It’s not being hired after Tough Enough when all of the Tough Enough cast was hired. Like, all these things I’ve been through have set me up for just facing uncertainty or adversity or whatever it is.”

And facing it head-on. When life threw Chelsea her latest curveball, she sat on it, took a big swing, and made solid contact.

Eleven days after Green and Sonya Deville won the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships, the pair would find themselves competing on SmackDown against Charlotte Flair and Bianca Belair.

In their first match as the new Tag Team Champs, Deville would tear her ACL. It’s an injury that will sideline her for several months. The news left many members of the WWE Universe, including Sonya herself, believing that those Women’s Title belts are cursed.

“[Sonya and I] have such a history together, coming up through Tough Enough. And I’ve supported her along the way. I’ve been watching her do all these amazing things, but not be able to actually grasp a championship. And so for her to finally win her first championship in eight years… to win this alongside her, it was such a full-circle moment. And then for that to happen, it’s like, ‘God, why? Like, why, why, why?'”

Once the initial shock of the news wore off, it was time for both women to get to work. For Sonya, she had to prepare

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