On winning the title from AJ Lee the night after WrestleMania 30:
"There was a million things that went through my mind. I was so happy, overwhelmed, excited; I really tried to keep my emotions in but the thing is... I was so shocked I beat AJ but I deserved it. 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."
On her emotional interview backstage after winning the title:
"Yes (it all just came out at that moment). I'm trying not to let it come out right now. Yeah, just thinking about it, I literally came straight through the curtain and the floodgates opened. I cried my eyes out. My dream finally became a reality at that moment. And then as soon as I come through, the cameras are in my face and I was like, 'you know what? I don't care if the world sees me because then they get to see how happy I am and how much this means to me and how passionate I am about this'. So I'm glad they caught this on camera."
On her family's reaction after she won the title:
"They lost their minds. I think I told you before my dad tells me how many Twitter followers I have, how many YouTube views I have. He is so proud of me because he's seen what I've done, he's seen what I've been through, he's seen how hard I've worked, him and the rest of my family. So, yeah, they were very over the moon. They sent me tons of messages, probably more than the fans. They were very happy."
On being the youngest Divas champion ever:
"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."
On NXT and how it helped her grow:
"I come from, obviously, a different country, so coming here at such a young age -- I was 19 -- and coming into a completely different world, I've never been out of the country before by myself and living, so yeah, coming there, I'm walking into NXT into this new environment and new culture. They welcomed me with open arms, though, and we ended up becoming a big family. They taught me how to be confident. They taught me so much, just how to be brave and stand up for myself. They're a great bunch and I feel like the daughter of NXT, really."
On the differences in being Divas champion in the WWE locker room:
"Well, you know, it comes with the territory, I now have a target on my back. They all want what I have and that's the WWE Divas championship. And I get it, they all want it. But I promise you, they won't take it off me. They underestimate me too much."
On her match with Tamina at Extreme Rules:
"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."
On what the future holds:
"I have a lot of time. I want to be on the WrestleManias, that's a huge goal of mine, I want to be on all the pay-per-views, I want to be on all the tours, but the thing that I want to happen most, later on, is to be in the Hall of Fame. But not because I didn't earn it; I want to earn it. I want to be respected. I want to have fans to look up to me. I want to be there."