WWE's Cora Jade Shares Swimsuit Photo With WWE's Jacy Jayne
Cora Jade is one of the hottest new young female wrestlers in the WWE. She recently linked up with her friend and fellow WWE wrestler, Jacy Jayne. The two enjoyed a day at the lake. Both wore swimsuits that showed off their figures. Jade captioned the post, "Two girls on a boat." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Cora Jade stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.
She Worked Hard
Jade is a hard worker. She told Daily DDT that this is how she got to WWE. "I worked very hard and a lot of people helped me along the way, but this is kind of exactly how I envisioned my career going just because I was so passionate about it from such a young age. You never know when you'll get your time to shine. I definitely didn't expect it to be so soon, but I'm incredibly grateful that it is and I'm learning so much.
She Doesn't Care About Haters
Jade has to deal with haters and critics. However, she told Daily DDT that she's learned to ignore them. "Fans can be really wishy-washy for any business, but it's very fun to experiment with what people like and what they don't like," she said. "Seeing all the reactions and feedback… sometimes it's tough criticism, but I obviously was a wrestling fan and there were things I'd watch and say, 'Oh, I really like that," or, 'I really don't like that.' I think it's cool to be on the other side of it and you understand why certain things the way that they are and how they operate.
She Worked With A Trainer
Jade shared the training process that got her to the WWE to The Mark Moses Show. She says that she worked with trainers to help her get in shape. "It was definitely probably one of the hardest things I've ever done, but luckily one of my trainers, Kevin Quinn, he trained CM Punk, Lita, John Cena. He had a hand in so many people in wrestling, and he had been to Japan and done a bunch of stuff. He ran a training school.
She Did Cardio
In her Mark Moses interview, Jade revealed that Quinn made her do a lot of cardio work. "He would put us through these Sunday training cardio days he would call them. It was so much conditioning, it would be so much, and at the time it was so exhausting, but I think that really prepared me for the tryout because he kind of pushed us as much as we could be pushed then."
She Pushes Herself
When it comes to wrestling, Jade makes sure to push herself. "I feel like sometimes in wrestling, it works differently: what you're closest to can be uncomfortable and you have to step out of your comfort zone," Jade said to Daily DDT. "Maybe I don't speak for everybody, but for myself and all of my friends, we come from quiet, introverted, nerdy vibes and we're into the same stuff and we're all little introverted weirdos. To be larger than life on a different stage, you have to be something bigger than yourself."