Wrestlezone's Mike Killam – alongside Doug McDonald from WrestlingRumors.net – interviewed Serena Deeb this week to discuss the former WWE Diva's potentially career-threatening injury, her recent debut with TNA, her relationship with CM Punk and much more.
On the concussion that set her back over 18 months:
Basically what happened was there was a Shimmer taping in Chicago, Illinois … it was my final match in a long weekend of rough matches … I was really tired, and I end up taking a really bad blow to the head. For quite a while I was in denial about it. After a few weeks I started experiencing a lot of complications … [I was out] six months to a year, minimum. I just didn't know what the future was going to hold at that point – I just had no idea.
On her relationship with CM Punk:
Our relationship went back a long time ago. He was actually the one that initially got me hooked up with Shimmer … when we were in OVW at the same time. The friendship definitely goes back – it would be like seven or eights years ago now. I honestly have the most respect for him professionally. There's not many people who can touch Punk. He knows it. He carries himself as such. And I'm happy for his match [at WrestleMania]
Can CM Punk end the Undertaker's streak?
Undertaker is pretty symbolic of WrestleMania, so that's pretty cool. But … I don't think the streak will ever end.
To hear Serena's comments on the Straight Edge Society, shaving her head on Smackdown and her thoughts on today's Divas versus TNA Knockouts, check out the full 30+ minute interview on WrestlingRumors.net!