Britt Baker details how she balances being a dentist and AEW star
Britt Baker is undoubtedly one of the biggest stars on AEW’s current female roster. She kills him with every appearance she makes in the lineup, whether in a match or during a promo. Along with being one of the hottest women in wrestling today, the Pennsylvania native also works full-time as a dentist in Florida.
In an interview with “Mel Magazine,” Baker detailed what a typical week in her busy life would look like.
“Monday and Tuesday, I am at the dental practice. On Tuesdays, I work as late as possible, that is to say until about 4 or 5 p.m. Then I go home, take my suitcase and go straight to the airport.
“Wednesday is when Dynamite airs, which is our main TV show. I’m usually up pretty late that night, until about 2 a.m. on Thursday morning. two hours before I had to catch the 5 or 6 a.m. flight home to the dental office.
Baker went on to say that although her schedule is crazy, she wouldn’t have it any other way because she can do both of her dream jobs at the same time. She also noted that when she began to juggle wrestling and dental school simultaneously, she faced hostility from people in both fields due to the nature of the two opposing careers. She went on to say that over time the perception has changed and many people admire that she can balance the two at the same time.
Baker also revealed to “Mel Magazine” that she decided she wanted to enroll in dental school while still a student at Penn State. She loved science and knew she was good at it, but said she went through school with little effort to get the best possible grades.
After being awakened by her father and job shadowing for a summer, she discovered her interest in the health field and tried various jobs until she was job shadowing at her dentist‘s office. generalist. She realized how good dentistry was during her time there and decided she wanted to work towards becoming a dentist. She worked hard to improve her grades and was eventually accepted into several different schools.
Baker began her wrestling career in 2015 after being accepted to the University of Pittsburgh for dental school. After watching wrestling with her friend and realizing how important the Indies was to the Pittsburgh area, she knew she had to get involved in the business. She found a wrestling school in the area and decided to call them. They told her she could start her training the following week, and the rest is history.
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