Charlie Haas’ “Wrestling’s Greatest Podcast” recently had the opportunity to interview Jenni Santana, the daughter of WWE Hall Of Famer Tito Santana. Jenni talks about her wrestling debut in December, her Jiujitsu background, and her goals in pro wrestling.
Jenni was asked what it was like growing up the daughter of Tito Santana:
“I actually have not grown up with him. I actually found out he was my father a few years ago. I haven’t had this second generation childhood like everyone else had, so I’m coming at it from a different angle, but it’s exciting seeing the things he’s accomplished which is amazing and a pretty cool thing.”
Jenni on her relationship with Tito today:
“It’s ok. We don’t really have a relationship right now. We talked a few times, but it’s kind of been silent lately, so I’m not really sure how it’s going or where it will go.”
Jenni was asked if Tito endorses her using the name, Santana:
“I actually haven’t had a chance to have a conversation with him since I started wrestling, so I really don’t know. He did say he wished me well with wrestling. He didn’t have any ill will towards it. I’ve only been training for six months now.”
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