“Not a day goes by when I donâ€™t think about Andrew. … He was a big part of my life, we were together for two-and-a-half years. When I first started, Andrew looked after me. We were there together, we had some good times and some hard times â€“ he wanted more than anything to be healthy,”
Andrew Martin, who Kelly Kelly calls the “love of her life,” died back in March 2009 prescription pill overdose after a long battle with addiction.
Kelly Kelly is dedicating the remainder of her wrestling career to Andrew MArtin and vows to become a respected in-ring worker. She explains that even though women wrestlers aren’t having “25 minute matches” like the men,Â the Divas are still on the road upto 300 days a year and live the same hectic lifestyle.
â€œWeâ€™re on the road for the same amount of time as the guys, I know we donâ€™t have to wrestle 25-minute matches like the guys but we travel 200 to 300 miles a night exactly the same as them. But this is my life â€“ I’ve been doing it since I was 18 so by now Iâ€™m used to it! Iâ€™m young and I have no plans to settle down!”