James Ellsworth On If His Intergender Championship Would Work In WWE

In an interview with The Roman Show (via Wrestling Inc, James Ellsworth spoke about his “intergender championship” and if such a belt would work on WWE TV. Here are highlights:

On intergender matches in WWE: “I just did one, back in November, Becky Lynch and I had the first intergender match in a decade [in WWE]. [Then] at WrestleMania with Triple H stepping in with Ronda Rousey, which really Triple H should be the scared gender in that situation. So, it’s coming back a little bit.”

On his intergender title: “When I left WWE, the last thing I did was wrestle Becky Lynch on television. I fell a little short, and from that moment I was like, ‘You know what? I am going to create an Intergender Title and I am going to defeat women all over the world and get my retribution.'”

On if the title would work in WWE: “I don’t think they would do it on television, but maybe one day. They have been breaking boundaries with women’s wrestling, in general. Maybe one day we’ll have an intergender title on WWE television.”

On his WWE run: “It’s hard to imagine that everything that happened, happened. Beating AJ Styles three times, going to WrestleMania, [and] being part of the Royal Rumble. All the cool things I did, I never imagined it, honestly.”


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