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evetorresgracie: Raeven finally let me finish @officialajmendez #CrazyIsMySuperPower (Every time I read it he would steal it, grasp it in his arms and say AJ. AJ. AJ. AJ. He also says it any time he sees a brunette now). Here’s what I thought of it. I’ve always known that AJ is witty and talented, but I have never seen such a raw expression of her skills. I laughed (out loud), I cried, and I learned so much about someone who I shared the ring and the road with. Seriously, go read this. Everyone in the world benefits when we learn to understand mental illness, as likely, we or someone in our lives has or will experience it.
After reading this I couldn’t help thinking that I wish I had read this book at age 19. AJ’s ability to see past others’ expectations of her and only follow her vision for herself is something I actually envy, and can still learn from. Every young person can learn so much from her story… and it’s so well written, REALLY funny, and super entertaining. Go Amazon it up peeps and read this one!

I think it really sucks that people like Melina, Michelle, Eve, etc. never get any credit for anything they ever did or for how good they were in the ring just because they were around during the “diva” era. To act like the women we have now are the only ones who have ever been talented is simply a huge slap in the face to the women who were just as talented, but were denied equal opportunity.

New/old pic of AJ and Eve. ❤
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Post: Raeven finally let me finish @officialajmendez #CrazyIsMySuperPower (Every time I read it he would steal it, grasp it in his arms and say AJ. AJ. AJ. AJ. He also says it any time he sees a brunette now).Here’s what I thought of it.I’ve always known that AJ is witty and talented, but I have never seen such a raw expression of her skills. I laughed (out loud), I cried, and I learned so much about someone who I shared the ring and the road with. Seriously, go read this. Everyone in the world benefits when we learn to understand mental illness, as, likely, we or someone in our lives has or will experience it.
After reading this I couldn’t help thinking that I wish I had read this book at age 19. AJ’s ability to see past others’ expectations of her and only follow her vision for herself is something I actually envy, and can still learn from. Every young person can learn so much from her story… and it’s so well written, REALLY funny, and super entertaining. Go Amazon it up peeps and read this one!

OK…So I’ve been seeing some people who are complaining/upset that Sasha didn’t mention AJ Lee in her promo from Raw. But do you know who else Sasha didn’t mention

These women who unlike AJ are actually being overlooked!! By EVERYONE! 

Do you think these women didn’t want a change! Do you think these women wanted the pink butterfly belt! Do you think these women wanted to be a part of the era in WWE that is constantly disregarded!
NO!

This is not a hate post about AJ Lee or Sasha Banks. This is an appreciation post to the women that I grew up watching, that I loved! The women that I believe deserve places in the HOF but probably won’t because people never talk about them anymore! 

If it wasn’t for these women there wouldn’t have even been a division for AJ Lee or Sasha Banks so start acknowledging their accomplishments and successes