Scarlett Bordeaux on Triple H starring Karrion Kross .’s WWE entry

Killer Kross and Scarlett Bordeaux had one of these complex entrance seen in NXT. Bordeaux says they played a big part in its creation, but Triple H helped take their vision to another level.

“At first they let us do what we wanted to do, and then Hunter said, ‘OK. OK’, Bordeaux said during the virtual meet and greet do Refugee Wrestling Shop. “And then he added, he enhanced it and made it, like, perfect. So we did something natural and he said, ‘Okay. OK’, just to see how we would move naturally. And then Hunter said, ‘What about this and this?’ and we said, ‘Wow!’ This is, like, a lot better than we had come up with. So I would say it was a collaborative effort to put it together, but honestly Hunter is a big part of that. ”

Scarlett Bordeaux sang the Kross input theme herself. She says the moment when they put the entrance together presented a unique set of challenges.

Bordeaux recalls: “I could say it was a full collaboration with words, music and all that. “But I sang that into my bathroom phone. That’s where I had to document because of COVID. It’s actually pretty crazy. People forget that we debuted and we performed for months without fans. We did that entrance over and over again with no one. “

Scarlett Bordeaux and Killer Kross are Released by WWE on November 4th. They don’t seem to be in a hurry to sign with another company.

Bordeaux explains: “I think the release has been overwhelming and with independent companies we have a lot of signings lined up. “We are going to Alaska in April. Kross just got a big movie role. I have photo shoots for magazines and things like that. Currently, we are not bound by anything. “

If you use any quote in this article, please credit The Asylum Wrestling Store’s ah/t to Wrestling Inc. for transcription.

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Chris Estrada

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