Chelsea Green is a WWE Women's Tag Team Champion.
Green and Sonya Deville defeated Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez for the titles on the July 17th Raw from Atlanta's State Farm Arena and the next day, she was walking the red carpet for the premiere of Cody Rhodes' upcoming documentary on Peacock.
I had the opportunity to chat with her about winning gold for the first time in WWE and her return to the promotion. You can watch our entire interview above for free on YouTube.
Green explained how winning the titles was "eight years in the making" and that it was the perfect time and place for it to happen.
"I want to tell you that I was overwhelmed with emotion. But honestly, you know my story. Everybody watching this probably knows my story. They've seen the ups and downs. I feel like that was the moment. That was the moment: eight years in the making from the time I met Sonya and nine years in the making from when I starting wrestling. That was the moment. It was a perfect place. It was a perfect time. It was the perfect audience. I'm so happy that it was here and now," she said.
The "Karen" persona
One of the topics I brought up during our conversation was the popularity of her on-screen persona of being a "Karen." Every week on Raw, fans see Green portray an entitled, demanding, high-maintenance character that has seen a lot of positive feedback from fans on social media.
"The funny thing is I don't necessarily know that I came back with this cult following that supported me, but I think slowly but surely, I have gained the fans confidence and the fans love," she said. "Maybe I've just entertained them. I don't know what it is, but I'm okay with that. Whatever it is, I just want to get a reaction when I go out there and I feel like I've been getting it. So, I'm so happy for that."
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