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About Aj Lee
April Jeanette Mendez Brooks (born March 19, 1987) is an American author and retired professional wrestler. She is best known for her time in WWE under the ring name AJ Lee.
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It’s funny because there’s a part of me that, if something is popular, I sort of become a defiant teenager about it. Like, ‘Oh, I’m not gonna like that because everybody likes it.’
Side note: When I dressed up like Harley Quinn on TV a long time ago, everyone was like, ‘Who is that?’ And now she’s got an entire merchandise line.
I play my Xbox and PlayStation at home. Then, when I’m on the road, I’ll bring my Vita with me to play games like ‘Snake Eater.’
I think the important thing is that I’ve never tried to be someone I’m not. People can read right through that.
I’m not the coolest person in the world. I’m not the sexiest Diva or the strongest Diva. I know who I am. I’m not the most popular person, and I’m kind of dorky, and I’m someone you can see at your school or as your neighbor, and I think people like that.
When you see me on TV against one of the other girls, they look 10 times better than me, and I’m OK with that. I make a conscious effort not to wear that much makeup and not have my hair so perfectly groomed. That’s just not me. I’m not going to be perfect.
When I was really little, I wanted to be a wrestler so I could be like the girls I looked up to. My brother then told me that ‘You don’t want to be like your idols; you want to grow up and be better than them.’ To this day, that’s the best piece of advice I’ve ever gotten.
Chucks are cooler when they’re dirty. I actually stepped on somebody’s the other day because they were too clean.
My least favorite aspect of shopping is shopping.
For me, Jersey represents going through what you can go through and still surviving. That’s the cool thing about people from the Tri-State area. We’re fighters. We’re survivors, and we’re edgier than anyone else on Earth.
I could be anywhere in the country, and people will ask, ‘Are you from Jersey?’ I’m proud of that. We’re a weird breed.
My only window into the Internet is Twitter because I am afraid of the Internet. I need my mom to hold my hand if I’m going to read anything about me.
I’ve always wanted to entertain people, and when I was in school, I was interested in creative writing, but wrestling was always there. When I ran into financial problems, I just figured when life gives you lemons, you have to make lemonade.
From a young age, I felt like I was supposed to be the sort of female who is doing something strong.
It’s the most gratifying thing to have young girls telling me, ‘I love that you do a photo shoot in pants and a button up shirt, and you still look cool.’
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I’m not interested in being famous. I’m interested in doing my job and doing it well, and that’s wrestling, and that’s what I love.
I’ve been a rescue dog mom several times and occasionally found comfort in scrolling through pictures of animals on various adoption center websites, just to fantasize about adding to the family.
Everything I was told should be my greatest insecurities and weaknesses, everything that I’ve been labeled – short, nerdy, skinny, weak, impulsive, ugly, tomboy, poor, rebel, loud, freak, crazy – turned out to be my greatest strengths. I didn’t become successful in spite of them. I became successful because of them.
When I was diagnosed, I believed my illness would be my great, lifelong weakness. Bipolar disorder was to be my impenetrable prison, and I would be locked up with it in a castle Princess Toadstool style. Thinking there was no way out, I let it consume me.
When I harnessed its seemingly uncontrollable might, I realized bipolar disorder’s powers could be used for good. My diagnosis didn’t have to be an affliction. It could simply be the gift of extraordinary emotions.
I am bipolar, and I am proud. And that is why I wanted to write a book. To shine a light on mental illness, to be vulnerable about the days I let it take control and paid dearly for it, and to tell anyone fighting a similar battle: You are not alone. You are not broken.
Never trust anyone who doesn’t drink coffee.
I think that it’s interesting how shows like ‘Walking Dead’ or even ‘Game of Thrones,’ with all its fantasy elements, have become so popular. Sometimes, though, I get a little bit annoyed because the whole nerd thing taking over and is now cool, and it wasn’t cool when I was younger.
It wasn’t cool that I didn’t comb my hair and had books and wore glasses. It was never cool be a nerd and tomboy, and these days, it really is. And I’m like, ‘You guys have no idea what I went through.’ How many times my mother yelled at me to comb my hair.
I lift pretty heavy for my body weight, and I don’t do any of that girly stuff like cardio or any light weights. I go really heavy, and that intimidates some guys. I enjoy that.
I think everything I’ve tried to do, whether or not it’s come off that way immediately, is for the greater good. I’ll take the jabs I need to in order to help us all in the long run.
I think trying to be flashy and doing things that are out of your realm of comfort is the problem with the Divas.
The trick is for Divas to find what works for them. I’ve done some ridiculous stuff in my career, but there’s still nothing that’s gotten a reaction as big as me skipping around the ring.
The key is to be a personality outside of the ring and then bring that personality with you inside the ring.
I didn’t have the easiest time growing up; it’s no secret. We were just poor.
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