New WWE Divas champion Paige bared herself this week during an interview with the organisation's television network as she opened up on her life and triumphs.
The day after WrestleMania XXX, the British-born wrestler won the Divas championship by surprise after she defeated AJ Lee in shocking fashion on Monday Night Raw.
Not only that, but Paige won the title on her debut on Raw, quite a feat at the first time of asking.
"There was a million things that went through my mind. I was so happy and overwhelmed. I really tried to keep my emotions in, but the thing is I was so shocked I beat AJ but I deserved it," she told WWE.com.
However, the lady from Norwich, England, denies that it has been an easy ride to the world of wrestling entertainment, with the lady in black spending plenty of time working hard in the wrestling development academy first.
"I didn't just come off the street. I've been training for a really, really long time. So yeah, I was shocked. But at the same time, I know I deserved it and I'm happy."
She is still the youngest Divas champion though, something that she says she is incredibly proud of.
"I'm 21, yes. Yeah, I didn't think I would be in this position at 21 but still, being 21 I don't want anyone to underestimate me because of my age."
Although she has made it to the big time with her win and subsequent holding of title belts, the pressure is now for her to keep hold of her position at the top of the Divas game.
Next up will be Tamina at the WWE Extreme Rules event, and Paige admits that she is slightly fearful of what that encounter might bring.
"Of course I am (concerned). To me, she's one of the most dominant Divas to ever be in the WWE. So yeah, I am confident but I am also a little bit petrified of her. I've seen what she can do, I've seen how hard she works too, and I've seen what she does in that ring.
"But the thing is, I'm not going to let that get to me. I'm going to go in there all guns blazing and even if she beats me half to death, I promise you I'll walk out of there WWE Divas champion again."