WWE Superstar Lacey Evans Guarantees WrestleMania Has Changes Fans Have 'No Idea About'
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WWE superstar Lacey Evans has guaranteed fans that this weekend's WrestleMania will have changes and surprises that fans have 'no idea about'.
This weekend's WrestleMania will be split across Saturday and Sunday for the first time ever and will also feature no crowd.
Evans, who is a participant in the SmackDown Women's Championship fatal-five-way this weekend, still thinks the show is still going to give fans some memorable moments.
Speaking on a conference call ahead of the event, the 'Sassy Southern Belle' explained:
"This is something we have never been through and the world just needs to come together and stay at home.
"For WWE to make a decision to still bring as much entertainment in two full nights for WrestleMania is incredible and y'all don't even know which matches are which and and when they're gonna air.
"Y'all don't know what to expect at this point and I can guarantee you that there's been some changes that a lot of y'all nasties have no idea about!"
Evans will join Naomi, Tamina and Sasha Banks in challenging SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley for her title.
Banks and Bayley have been a thorn in Evans' side in the past but it got very personal with the former.
'The Legit Boss' has disrespected Evans' young daughter Summer on numerous occasions and she wants some payback.
When asked who she would like to face first if she won the title, Evans firmly replied:
"That's a hard question... Not! Sasha damn Banks!
"I would give anything to not only hold my title up in her face but then kick her ass,lay it on her and walk off leaving her there sitting while my baby watches.
"That's exactly who I'd choose."
Evans has had a whirlwind year in the WWE, being locked in a rivalry with RAW Women's Champion Becky Lynch following last year's WrestleMania.
It's been a quick rise to the top for the South Carolina native who only signed with the promotion in 2016.
She discussed her hard-working mentality and confidence in the ring which was honed due to tough times while growing up.
"When you don't got s**t to lose then you go out there and give everything.
"I was raised not having much and to give a personal and honest answer here, when you get brought up having an abusive and mean father, addicts for parents you have to put yourself out there.
"From a very young age I've literally had to put myself out there, pick my chin up and convince people to not only hire me but to convince them what I'm capable of.
"If they looked at my life, they would have assumed I could never become anything and I took that personally.
"I needed to somehow find a way at a very young age to have the confidence to kick ass and take names as well as making people believe I am capable of so much more."
WrestleMania 36 is The Only WrestleMania Too Big For Just One Night. You can watch on April 4 and April 5 from midnight on the WWE Network, which costs £9.99 a month.