Former WWE Diva Reveals She Never Desired a Career in Wrestling

In professional wrestling, where every move tells a story and every match is a spectacle of athleticism and showmanship, there exists a unique breed of individuals who breathe life into the ring with their passion, dedication, and sheer talent. Among these luminaries is Maria Kanellis, a former WWE Diva whose journey in the realm of wrestling has taken unexpected turns, revealing layers of ambition, creativity, and commitment that extend far beyond the confines of the squared circle.

A Revelation Unveiled by former WWE Diva Maria Kanellis 

In a surprising revelation, Maria Kanellis, once a prominent figure in WWE, confessed that her aspirations did not lie in pursuing a career as a wrestler. Despite her undeniable charisma and on-screen presence, Maria’s true calling transcends the physicality of in-ring competition, as she found her niche in the behind-the-scenes operations and talent management.

For Maria Kanellis, the journey to self-discovery and fulfillment in the world of professional wrestling took a divergent path from the traditional trajectory of entering the ring as a competitor. Instead of stepping into the spotlight as a wrestler, Maria chose to channel her passion and expertise into the realm of production, direction, and talent management, where her creative vision and keen insights could flourish.


Embracing the Role of a WWE Manager

In recent years, Maria Kanellis has distinguished herself as a formidable force behind the scenes, wielding her knowledge and experience to nurture the careers of emerging talents and established stars alike. With a keen eye for talent and a deep understanding of the inner workings of the industry, Maria has carved out a niche for herself as a manager, guiding and supporting individuals on their journey to success in the world of professional wrestling.

A Vision for the Future

In a now-deleted tweet that offered a glimpse into her aspirations and motivations, Maria Kanellis articulated her unwavering commitment to her chosen path, expressing her preference for roles that allow her to contribute to the growth and development of talent within the industry.

She tweeted: “Few other things, I don’t wrestle and I’m not trying to wrestle. I never wanted to be a wrestler but I tried it and it wasn’t for me. I like working backstage, producing, directing, developing and I like managing. I like to create. My favorite thing is helping talent find themselves in this industry. The only reason I would wrestle is for my children to see momma wrestle.”


While some may have expected Maria to lace up her boots and return to the ring, her focus remains firmly rooted in the realm of behind-the-scenes operations, where she can make a lasting impact and shape the future of professional wrestling.

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