Bayley Has Plans To Open Wrestling School


Bayley already has a plan for what she will do once her in-ring career comes to an end.

Bayley has been in WWE for ten years and has accomplished quite a lot in that timeframe. She has won women’s singles titles on all three brands. She was the inaugural Women’s Tag Team Champion. She’s recognized as the first women’s Triple Crown and Grand Slam Champion in WWE.

And at 33 years old, Bayley still has plenty of time to contribute more to WWE. But once she decides to hang up her wrestling boots, she knows exactly what she’ll do next: train the next generation of women’s wrestlers.

Speaking on a show called Cool To Be You, Bayley elaborated on why she sees that as her next big step.

“I can’t say too much. I’ve learned over the years that if you put too much out there, either people steal your ideas or you jinx yourself. I still have a lot to do with WWE, I don’t think I’ve done exactly everything I want to do as far as making sure the future is good and that girls and women coming up are going to be set and that they didn’t have to worry about a thing in the division.

I want to make sure IYO and Dakota get on their way and have their moments and championships. One day, I will start a wrestling school and that’s what I’m most excited about these days.”

Bayley will be in action this Saturday on night one of WrestleMania 39 when she and her Damage CTRL teammates Dakota Kai and Iyo Sky take on the team of Trish Stratus, Lita, and Becky Lynch.

h/t Fightful for the transcription