PWMania.com interviews Quincy Elliott.  (Photo Credit: PWMania.com)
PWMania.com interviews Quincy Elliott. (Photo Credit: PWMania.com)

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Former WWE star Quincy Elliott recently joined PWMania.com for an exclusive in-depth interview. During the discussion, Elliott opened up about his release from WWE, how his “Super Diva” character came around, what’s next for him, and more. You can read the entire interview by clicking here.

You can watch the complete interview below:


(Photo Credit: WWE)
(Photo Credit: WWE)

Here are some highlights:

On how his “Super Diva” character came about:

“To be honest with you, it was a lot of work in progress. It was an idea that was created by me. I looked at the show and wrestling as a whole, and one thing I felt was that it was lacking larger-than-life personas and people not afraid to be different or look different than your typical pro wrestlers. When I created the Super Diva, I honestly didn’t think it would be successful because of the time we live in, but as soon as people saw me there was a connection.”

His WWE release:

“To be honest with you, I sat through so many releases, it wasn’t something that shocked me by any means. It’s not something that necessarily hurts. It hurt because it was a dream of mine, but in the moment I felt like let me make moves and become an even bigger star than I was when I was in the WWE. I took it more as a shot on the chin, and I’m not the one who just dwells on things. I’m appreciative I got to show the world myself, but now I get to show the world myself with no rules, restrictions, or handcuffs. I now get to be the Quincy I always wanted to be.”

What’s next for him:

“There’s plenty of things I want to do. I won’t say them all, because I want the world to be shocked. But, I want to do more than just wrestling. I’m a very creative individual, I like to create art, and you’ll get to see me in everything I want to do, whether that’s making films or music. As far as wrestling goes, there’s a lot I’d like to do in the Indies. I feel like the indies are missing that spark that they had prior to WWE and AEW doing their thing. I feel like right now I’m in a position where people can use me, and I can try to get the most buzz that I can. Honestly, I’d love to perform overseas, that’s something I never got to do.”

Elliott also opened up about his WWE trying, training at the WWE Performance Center, his favorite moment at the company, and more. You can check out the complete interview at this link.


If you use any portion of the quotes from this interview, please credit PWMania.com with an h/t to PWMania.com for the transcription.

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