Pro-wrestling star ODB recently appeared on the Wrestling Inc. Daily where the former Knockouts champion speaks on wrestlers having a back-up plan, and working her food truck during the COVID-19 pandemic. Highlights from the interview can be found below.
On wrestlers having a back-up plan:
Some wrestlers focus so much on their wrestling. I get it. I was there too. But I always had in the back of my head that I was going to be expanding my brand,” ODB said. “I’m going to be a pro wrestler, but also something else. Especially for those indie workers, where who knows when the next indie show will be. You really have to sit down and figure out things.
On putting smiles on faces with her food truck:
Everyone needs food trucks right now. I’m going wherever I can. I’m doing neighborhood delivery even,” she said. “It’s kind of a cool thing we’re kind of doing together. It gets me excited and happy because I get to see when I’m coming through the neighborhood all the kids say, ‘Oh sweet, we get our own food truck tonight. Then they get excited because of all of the wrestling stuff. They get to hold the belt, so it’s kind of cool. It puts a smile on my face that I can do that for people. Then the whole wrestling world has been amazing to me. I basically got my dream food truck.
Full interview below. (H/T and transcribed by Wrestling Inc.)