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Ruby Soho Reveals Tamina Was The Biggest Locker Room Prankster In WWE

Ruby Soho posing in the ring

AEW star Ruby Soho has discussed her time as part of the WWE locker room and says veteran Tamina was the biggest prankster in the company.

Soho made her WWE debut as part of the NXT brand in January 2017 and went on to enjoy a four-year run in the company. Competing as Ruby Riott, she debuted on the main roster in November 2017 along with Sarah Logan and Liv Morgan as The Riott Squad.

Following several months out with an injury that spanned 2019 and into 2020 Riott returned to action in a feud with former partner Morgan. In the end, the pair reunited and teamed together until Riott was released from her WWE contract on June 2nd, 2021.

After seeing out her ninety-day non-compete clause, the new Ruby Soho made her AEW debut as the Joker in the Casino Battle Royal at All Out in September. Since then she has challenged Dr. Britt Baker DMD for the AEW Women’s World Championship and made it to the final of the tournament to crown the inaugural TBS Champion, just missing out to Jade Cargill.

Speaking exclusively to Inside The Ropes’ own Kenny McIntosh for issue 15 of Inside The Ropes magazine, Ruby Soho shared who she thinks the biggest prankster she shared a locker room with in WWE was:

“Probably Tamina. She is just goofy. She would never prank in a way that would upset anybody, but she has the most infectious laugh in the world. I love her.”

Tamina is a mainstay of WWE’s women’s division having debuted for the company in 2010. Despite her tenure in the company, the daughter of controversial wrestling legend Jimmy Snuka had to wait almost a decade to claim her first major title in the company when she and Natalya captured the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship in May 2021.

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