Words matter. These are the best Eve Torres Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Jiu-jitsu is something I absolutely love.
I have always had a passion for competition and performance.
I can’t tell you the number of times I have been underestimated, objectified or deprived of fair credit for my accomplishments based on my gender or ethnicity.
I wanted this title to matter, I wanted women’s wrestling to matter.
I look up to Divas like Trish Stratus and Lita. They are very beautiful women and they are bad. They are strong and great competitors who can handle themselves.
My background in gymnastics, martial arts, and dancing has translated very well in the ring.
I always keep a good manicure because these are acrylics. They’re the safest because your real nails are actually sharper than acrylics.
The whole time I was in WWE, I was like, ‘We need a reality show,’ because the stuff that goes down is just crazy.
I embrace my Latina background because I know that by doing so we will continue to break down stereotypes that may exist of Latina women.
Performing for WWE did so much for me in terms of teaching me how to act and doing fighting scenes.
I think I just need to be myself. I think that’s what this ‘Diva Search’ competition is all about.
Vince has always been so hands-on, and that’s why WWE does so well.
‘Stars Earn Stripes’ was one of the best experiences of my life.
The one thing that I always encourage women who want to be WWE Divas to do is have something you are passionate about. For me it was Jiu-Jitsu and martial arts. For some people it’s soccer. Whatever it is, it gives you confidence and that will translate.
I’ve been really impressed with ‘Supergirl.’ It’s a great show because it’s appeals to DC Comics fans, staying true to the characters in spirit and costumes, and it also appeals to casual fans who enjoy good action, fun storylines and interesting characters.
When it comes to the live events, you get to see great Diva matches you don’t see on ‘Monday Night Raw.’
It’s easy to say standup for yourself. The problem is if you don’t feel like you’re physically capable of handling the repercussions of that, especially at a young age, it’s hard to do that.
Timing is a big part of stunt work and fighting scenes. It’s something you learn in WWE, especially when they are really character-driven fights.
We’re a great part of the show… we’re a novelty on the show. I think having one Divas match a night really makes it special, and I’m proud to be a part of it and hope to take it to the next level.
There is a big difference between performing in WWE before thousands of people in an arena and acting in a scene with a camera close-up on your face.
If a predator tries to get a hold of you, yell, kick, and punch. Do all of the typical self-defense measures you’ve heard of – eye-gouging, knee to the crotch. Anything you can do to cause a scene.
As far as lighting and blocking, camera angles and facial expressions, all that stuff that has to be very specific in film, as opposed to in wrestling where everything is larger than life and you’re performing to the masses.
When I was young, I loved gymnastics, but I discovered when I was 15 that I wanted a teenage life.
The Divas division is always an uphill battle. We have a group of really hungry and talented women. It’s just a matter of being able to showcase all of us in the right light and with the right stories.
I love women’s wrestling.
I was a huge Jackie Chan fan growing up.
I definitely miss parts of wrestling like having matches, especially when I watch the product.
I think the first time that you win the title – you just don’t know how to make the most out of your title reign until you’ve had one and then you’ve lost it. Once you lose something, you know how much more it means to you.
Sometimes you experience magic out in the ring.
That’s one reason I really love ‘Supergirl.’ It’s a great show for people to watch with their children – sons and daughters alike. It features strong female characters which is always something to appreciate.
I always wanted to be liked, and I thought that if you were nice to everyone then everyone would like you. That’s not always the case.
Kids have to understand that they have control. Not their parents, not the principal, not the president of the U.S. It starts with them and it ends with them. To end this epidemic of bullying they have to standup for one another.
I look forward to having a president who doesn’t grope or objectify women.
From a very young age I was someone who stood up for others and myself.
I would say my most disappointing moment was not competing in a match even though I was Divas Champion at ‘WrestleMania XXVII.’ Although, I did get to be a part of a fun backstage segment with Stone Cold, the Rock, and Mae Young… not too shabby!
I honestly felt like there was a ceiling for me that I was not able to break.
My parents never really pushed me, but I was so hard on myself. I would say I had some perfectionist quality, to a fault.
WWE wants women who are confident and can handle everything that being a WWE Diva comes with like lots of travel and being tough.
I’ve always fantasized about facing Lita.
Turning heel was so much fun for me. I was so over being a babyface.
In fact, one of my good friends is an amazing Bollywood choreographer. She once asked me to perform in one of her shows in college. So, I have danced to the Bollywood music and it was great fun. It is tiring and requires a certain level of fitness.
I have been in a ‘man’s’ world as long as I can remember. I was an engineering major in college, I am a sports entertainer in the WWE, and I teach self-defense.
All of the Divas are given opportunities. It’s kind of the way you go after them and what you do with them. I feel like I was able to seize the opportunity I was given, and now I am Divas champion.
I would consider myself a casual fan growing up because obviously wrestling was such a huge part of pop culture, and still is. I was a fan as much as it was a part of pop culture.