In an interview with SI.com, AEW Chief Brand Officer Brandi Rhodes talked about what she wants to accomplish in her life and with the company…
“I want to set an example to my daughter that you should always strive for your goals. I wanted to get right back into the workforce and keep my passions, the ones that keep my soul and my heart happy. As my daughter grows, I hope she sees her mother as hard-working and happy, and I hope that makes her want to pursue her own passions.”
“I like to continue to evolve. I was just having this conversation with my husband, and I told him I don’t think I’m ever going to reach a point where I’m not striving for more. I am very driven, and I’ve always been. That was instilled in me by my parents, and that’s who I am. There is a lot more I’m seeking to accomplish. I have been in the wrestling business for about 10 years, and I’ve never held a championship. I don’t want it handed to me. I want to earn it, and I’m putting in the work to do that.”
All Elite Wrestling is partnering with the American Heart Association, forming a new tag team that the two parties hope will yield positive results. February is American Heart Month, so the timing couldn’t be better. It is a chance for AEW to spread information and awareness about healthy habits, particularly high blood pressure, which is a dangerous factor in heart disease and stroke.