Killer Kelly recently sat-down with Cultaholic to discuss her run with WWE’s NXT UK brand, an experience that Kelly appreciated but also thought was a step-down from the production at wXw Germany shows. Highlights from the interview can be found below.
Talks NXT UK still having an indie vibe:
“I love the BT Sport Studio. It gives it such a professional look, but I also love the venues. All the venues, being able to visit all these places around the UK. I loved it. It gave it such an old school feeling. Then again, it was, British venue, very cool, then you have something that is trying to be American. It’s weird. Another thing, I never fully, 100% felt like I was in WWE because the roster was everyone from the Indies. I was like, ‘This is an Indie show. It was so weird, but cool in entering the WWE environment, but being a familiar environment, but seeing everyone kind of walking on eggshells. I’m like, ‘Dude, I saw you the other weekend and you were drunk off your ass and now you’re in a suit and being all proper. What the fuck is going on?’ It was so weird. We were taping WWE and the next weekend, we were doing Independents again. I didn’t know where I was sometimes. It was never fully WWE.”
Says she felt like the production at wXw was better:
“One thing, I don’t know if I’ve said this to many people, but once I started doing NXT UK, I was like, ‘Oh, I think wXw has better production than this.’ [laughs]. I was very spoiled at wXw. They have a production level beyond everything I dreamed of. They are so good. I was just comparing it. Every time I went to tapings, I was comparing NXT UK to wXw and was like, ‘Yeah, wXw is a little bit better. I know this WWE but…”
(H/T and transcribed by Fightful)