Toni Storm appeared on this week's "AEW Unrestricted" where she discussed wrestling Jamie Hayter, her thoughts following her WWE release, and how she felt about the pie angle with Charlotte Flair.
Toni Storm talking about wrestling Jamie Hayter:
"She's probably the strongest woman I've ever been in the ring with, seriously. I'm not going to lie," Storm said.
"I don't want to give her too much credit or anything, but I felt like an infant being thrown around in there. That was pretty cool."
"I lived with her for a few months. She would go to this garage gym for two hours straight and you could hear screaming,” Toni continued.
Toni said she thought she was going to be done with wrestling after her WWE release:
"There were moments at first where I was like, 'Oh, well, this is shockingly terrible. I'm going to leave forever.,'" she said.
"I mean, it didn't last long. I sat on it for a while. You get that wrestling itch. I really thought it was dead. I really thought I was done. I'm never done. I'm a lifer."
"I'll probably be around until I'm old as hell and I'll probably have kids that wrestle. I'm here for life. What else am I gonna do? I don't have any other qualifications. I don't like anything else. I never showed an interest in anything whatsoever. I didn't really go to school."
Toni was asked if she was okay with the pie angle with Charlotte Flair in WWE:
"Well if you must know, I was actually quite happy with that segment that day because it was a lot better than the original idea," She revealed.
"The original idea was I was asked if I was comfortable with having my shirt ripped off or something. They wanted to do this whole angle where it was like they were going to rip my shirt and I would be embarrassed in my underwear, I guess. I don't know. When you're asked if you feel comfortable doing that, and it's like literally people are being fired every single week, it's like, 'Oh, yeah.'"
"So to be honest, the pie was actually a sweet treat in comparison to what it could have been. In hindsight, I didn't really mind. You know what? People think I'm so mad about that. I think it's hilarious."