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It was time to go home." If she had any real feuds with co-workers: "You don't get along with everybody, but you have to be able to work with everybody.Respect is important, and if you don't have it you won't be on the professional level very long.
I didn't get to see my parents and brother while I was working, just quick visits living out of a suitcase.
In an intimate discussion about her legendary career, Amy discusses how her injury in 2005 impacted the relationship she had with Matt Hardy, her thoughts towards the public split being turned into a storyline and what she did to move forward afterward.
Dumas also gives her thoughts on the impact she had on other female wrestlers, in this exclusive interview.
There are probably a number of dishes, glasses and other items in between the two of you.
If the place is noisy, you have to lean in to hear each other.
Because I didn’t have anything to talk to him about now that he’s not under the same roof.”How her relationship with her father has affected her: “I know that it’s affected my relationship with men because it makes me keep a wall up and never really give in, because I’m like I don’t want the rejection. And realizing that that’s why I was gravitating towards that was a little hard to swallow.”Amy realizing her relationship with Matt Hardy was coming to an end in 2005: “We were slightly disconnected while I was at home recuperating because he was still 100% into his career and I was 100% out of it at the moment, because I had to be.
And I remember thinking ‘Yeah we’re not gonna be together after our careers are over because that, that is our bond.
And so the hard thing that has always been with this time period is, you know, we realized we were going down a path that we shouldn’t and what I mean by that is mentally, mentally.” She adds, “Adam was on the road and I said ‘Hey, you know what? We need to be in our own worlds and evaluate and don’t do anything because you know, like don’t do anything for me, I’m not gonna do anything for you. You need to figure out what’s right for your world. If not, I support and respect whatever your decisions are.
He’s like ‘Okay that seems like the mature adult thing to do’.” Amy’s thoughts on the whole thing being turned into a storyline: “It became such a hot story and they said ‘They want to turn this into a story, but you guys have been professional, he hasn’t, there is money involved in this storyline, but it’s your call’.
How are you supposed to gague her body language under these conditions?
If she is laughing at one of your jokes, how is she supposed to tap you on the arm?
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