WWE Diva Rosa Mendes has revealed that she is three months pregnant, according to reports.
The WWE Diva revealed to WWE.com in an interview that she is three months pregnant with a baby girl, who will be born next year.
She said: "I’m pregnant, and I’m having a little girl. Her name’s going to be JordanElizabeth Schubenski and she’ll be born February 2016. Mom’s middle name is Elizabeth, and I’ve always loved the name Jordan for a girl."
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"I’m three months, and I’m feeling really good. I’m past the morning sickness stage, so, I’m feeling awesome, but the hardest part was not telling anybody [and keeping] it a secret from all my friends and loved ones. That was the hardest part for me."
She revealed that this was the first time she was telling anyone about her pregnancy, and that it has motivated her to be like other WWE moms such as Stephanie McMahon.
She said: "This baby has really motivated me and inspired me. I look at powerful moms like Stephanie McMahon. She’s a mother of three and she does it all, and her kids are bright and intelligent.
"So, this has truly motivated me. And, I look at my accomplishments — I’m a WWE Diva, I’m an entrepreneur and now I’m going to have the most important job in the world, being a mother and giving this baby an amazing life."
Mendes says it will be difficult for her to step away from the ring for a while, but she is happy with the direction the Divas division is currently going in, especially with the Divas Revolution.
She said: "It’s been actually really hard adjusting, but I’ve been watching the girls on TV and they’ve been doing amazing. The new Divas are awesome in the ring and I’m really, really proud of them."
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