Watch New Interviews With Stephanie McMahon, Alberto Del Rio, David Otunga, & Natalya Here

Arda Ocal sent in the following:

theScore‘s Arda Ocal (@arda_ocal) is in Los Angeles covering WWE Summerslam. Among his video interviews thus far:

-Stephanie McMahon gives an interesting answer on whether or not she will return to WWE TV:

-Natalya speculates that her next move on WWE TV might be with RAW General Manager AJ Lee:

-Alberto Del Rio credits his lineage as to why he pays so much attention to detail in the squared circle and talks about sending a message about bullying to kids at a B A Star rally despite being a heel on TV:

-David Otunga says the WWE locker room didn’t believe him at first and wasn’t totally well received when he was introduced as a Harvard Law graduate:

-There are also interviews with American Idol’s James Durbin (who wants to step into a WWE ring) and Disney actor Ryan Ochoa (who mentions his first WWE memory is of Val Venis) located at this link.

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  • William Shatner

    Stephanie McMahon is quite possibly one of the most beautiful women I have ever seen, she's smart, sexy, confident, imposing, and I love her voice.
    She's almost enough for me to get past how annoying the Be A Star thing is.
    Almost.
    I'd love to see her back on screen though.

    *Gasp!* The Big Show was bullied!
    *Gasp!* Mark Henry was bullied!
    *Gasp!* Insert attention seeking celebrity's name here was bullied!
    Yep, they were, and so was I.
    I was fat and sweaty and my mum would never let me have a stylish haircut, so that made me a target.
    My dad was one of those people who doesn't beieve in paying for a brand name, so I never had the same clothes, bags, shoes, etc, as everyone else, so that kind of set be back socially and made me a target.
    I never had a bike. When my dad was a kid he saw his friend fall off his bike and fall under a truck and get his head squished, so he wouldn't let me have one, so I could never jump on my bike and go off with the other kids. That all made me a target.
    I was smarter than any other four kids in my school combined, which made me a target (this is the UK, where everyone's expected to be lowest common denominator when it comes to intelligence).
    And you know what… I turned out just fine without community outreach initiatives and interfering busybodies sticking their noses in and warm fuzzy cuddles from attention seeking celebrities. I turned out fine, Show turned out fine, Henry turned out fine.
    Why? Because we just got on with things.
    Really, when it comes down to it, it doesn't matter if you're bullied at school. It's such a small part of your life and soon forgotten.

    Now please Steph, WWE in general, quit with the sentimental nonsense and get back to wrestling. PLEASE!

    • Brody

      You are a tool.

  • Jim Starr

    Some very awesome interviews! Thank you for posting!

  • MonsterMike42

    In David Otunga's interview, he talked about it being harder to connect with the audience because he's a heel. But I've noticed that in his run as a heel, he was never really the bully type of heel. He's more of a brown-nosing, kiss-ass type of heel. which to me, makes him seem like less of a hypocrite when he talks to these kids. I know the WWE Superstars and Divas are playing characters on TV, and I know the shows are all scripted, but most of the kids don't. I guess what I'm saying is David Otunga should be able to connect with the kids more than other heels.