The former WWE star Priscilla Kelly does not expect the huge backlash of her buffer performance to affect her chances of returning to WWE, and she still believes the place was "fun".
The wrestler became viral throughout the world after the shock spot during his game against Tuna at a Surburban Fight Pro Wrestling event in Los Angeles last month, reports The Sun.
At the start of this week her video apparently extracted the tampon and pushed it into the mouth of the opponent received vicious feedback from the fans and a series of wrestling legends.
Kelly, 21, is a former TV star and no stranger to trolls and attention.
But after finally executing the idea after "months" of contemplating her and thinking that she would only be "Funny", she now spoke of her shock at the fierce response.
Kelly told The Shining Wizards podcast: "I'm not new to attention ̵
"Obviously, this is on a scale bigger than that, but still in the same context.
"It's not even about" Ooh, I want to shock the world. "I literally thought it would be fun, and I had the idea for months now, I just waited for the right time to use it.
" When you do these kinds of shows, you do not know if they will go there if there will be cameras. You do not know if it will be published. You do not know how to go to these shows, like what to expect, because there are a lot of bar shows I've done that never see the light of day. So I honestly did not expect it. "
The star, nicknamed Hell's Favorite Harlot, is now raising funds for the Freedom4Girls charity organization – which aims to provide safe health protection for girls in Africa – donating a portion of the proceeds earned from his merchandising sales.
And perhaps actions like this show why the icons of WWE Road Dogg and Jim Cornette should have thought about it longer before beating her on social media – even if Road Dogg later apologized for attacking her.
"I mean, many people say many things: good, bad, bad or otherwise. I expected to be called disgusting or gross. I would not have done that if I did not feel that kind emotion, "Kelly said
Kelly attended the WWE last year in the classic Mae Young tournament – but many of her critics told her to forget about future bookings due to tampon tampering.
But she does not worry, saying, "Honestly, no. I do not think he has caught any chance at all. I mean, if that were the case, there are many other opportunities in the professional wrestling world for me. There are many other ways to make money in this business. "
This article first appeared on The Sun and is republished with permission.