And the moment my parents split up, we pretty much never talked. I wanted to be around things that the guys were doing and I wanted them to be like ‘Wow you can do this as good as me, high-five’.
Because I didn’t have anything to talk to him about now that he’s not under the same roof.”How her relationship with her father has affected her: “I know that it’s affected my relationship with men because it makes me keep a wall up and never really give in, because I’m like I don’t want the rejection. And realizing that that’s why I was gravitating towards that was a little hard to swallow.”Amy realizing her relationship with Matt Hardy was coming to an end in 2005: “We were slightly disconnected while I was at home recuperating because he was still 100% into his career and I was 100% out of it at the moment, because I had to be.
LOS ANGELES, CA – WWE Superstar Amy Dumas AKA Lita is the special guest on a brand new episode of Lilian Garcia: Making Their Way to the Ring.
In an intimate discussion about her legendary career, Amy discusses how her injury in 2005 impacted the relationship she had with Matt Hardy, her thoughts towards the public split being turned into a storyline and what she did to move forward afterward.
On the other, I kind of like that he's made himself the exception to the rule by actually making his retirement stick.
"That was a lot of fun because you're out there with your buddies," HBK said.Dumas also gives her thoughts on the impact she had on other female wrestlers, in this exclusive interview.Amy on her relationship with her father: “My dad never came to a soccer game, a swim meet, anything. it was odd I never knew him, but I didn’t know that I didn’t know him, because I saw him everyday. And I do feel like I’ve always just leaned on ‘Oh I’m a tomboy, I’m into like you know, cool dude stuff, I’m into skateboarding, I’m into hardcore, I’m into martial arts’, because it’s like, yeah I wanted approval from guys.His high-flying manoeuvres and high-risk style brought him many accolades as an innovator of North American wrestling. "You're just trying to work hard and think of new stuff and nifty stuff, and all the sudden someone's calling you an innovator," he said.Michaels, a former three-time WWF Heavyweight Champion as well as Intercontinental, European, and Tag Team title holder, had several highlight matches in his career, including matches with Sid, Mankind (Mick Foley), and the first-ever Hell in a Cell match with the Undertaker.