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How to stop the ‘black widow’ on the road to becoming a wrestling star

A black widow is taking her wrestling career to the next level after getting pregnant with her first child.

The 37-year-old, who was forced to give up her professional wrestling career after she gave birth to twins, said she had a “perfect” pregnancy, adding that she wanted to be a “real wrestler”.

“I had no idea how many babies I had, and I was scared of the black widow,” she told Al Jazeera.

“I was so worried that I would never get another chance.

I thought it would never happen to me.”

She added: “I’m really happy with my baby.

I’m so proud of him.

He is my first baby, and he’s like my little brother.

He’s so big, he’s so strong, he is such a big kid, and we have so much fun.”

Her daughter was born in February and the mother-of-two has already received offers to wrestle for the National Wrestling Alliance.

But she is determined to stay out of the spotlight.

She said: “There are so many wrestlers out there and they don’t know what they are doing.

I don’t want to be there to do nothing, to do what the fans want me to do.””

They have the money and they know how to do it, and they want to do the right thing.”

If I stay out, then they’ll see me.

They’ll know who I am and they will say, ‘Oh, she’s doing that because she is a good wrestler’.

“I’m trying to keep myself out of it and not be involved in it.”‘

It’s just not worth it’The black widow (right) is one of the many wrestlers to take up a professional wrestling profession after giving birth to a twin (left) in her first pregnancy (Al Jazeera)But she said she was not looking for a career in wrestling.

“It’s not something I want to look back on in five years,” she said.

“Being a wrestler is a great career, but I don’ have the opportunity to look at it for five years.”

Instead, she wants to get involved in the sport in some way.

“My baby is so cute, and so smart.

I want my baby to be like me.

I just want to watch him grow up,” she added.”

The world is not going to change if I stay in the wrestling business.”