Carmella has some skills. By definition, wrestlers are larger than life characters. The statement that you will hear is that the best wrestling characters are themselves with the volume turned way up. That certainly seems to be the case and there are all kinds of characters who could almost never exist anywhere else. As a result, it makes them ripe for parody, and that was the case again.
There are a lot of wrestlers in WWE today and some of them are a little more personality based than others. Almost everyone gets a chance to talk at some point and some of them get to say quite a bit. When they are allowed to talk that much, you can start to pick up on what they are going to say in almost any given promo. One wrestler has figured out how two others work and showed off some good imitations.
She has some personality to her. Check out Carmella nailing some impressions:
Carmella has released a video on Twitter, showing her dressed as and imitating both Sasha Banks and Bayley. The video shows Carmella cutting promos as the two of them, including as Banks bragging about her accomplishments and as Bayley talking about how she isn’t worried about Lacey Evans. Carmella is not currently feuding with either of them, as she will be teaming with Dana Brooke to challenge Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross for the Women’s Tag Team Titles on SmackDown.
Bayley and Banks do have a certain way of speaking. Check out what Carmella was imitating:
Opinion: This is the kind of thing that might not exactly be brilliant comedy but it’s good for a chuckle, which is all it needs to be. It’s nice to see someone give the fans a little something to keep their minds off of what is going on around them and Carmella did the voices as well as anyone I’ve seen. This was a funny little idea and that’s all it was supposed to be.
Which of the impressions was better? What do you see Carmella doing next? Let u sknow in the comments below.
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