Zoey Stark Recalls Hilarious Camera Botch During Incredibly Important WWE Match

Zoey Stark is just getting started in WWE, and there is a lot that she can do at this point. She’s seen some big matches already, and that also includes viral moments. As with everything in WWE, sometimes you can get involved in something you never thought would be possible, even a camera botch.

Fightful Select dropped some notes behind their paywall of a recent interview they had with Zoey Stark. During that talk, they discussed the viral incident at WWE Crown Jewel, where she inadvertently knocked down WWE Cameraman Stu during her match with Rhea Ripley, Shayna Baszler, Nia Jax, and Raquel Rodriguez. She mentioned that she only learned about it once she returned backstage, where Stu explained that he had become entangled in the cords and fallen. Stu is the Cameraman previously mentioned on-screen by John Cena.

Zoey Stark also recounted another viral moment involving WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus accidentally hitting her with a chair during their Falls-Count-Anywhere match against Becky Lynch on the August 28th episode of Raw. That was quite a memorable moment.

Zoey also noted that Trish became aware of the incident only after the match. She emphasized that such an unplanned occurrence couldn’t have been orchestrated and, even if attempted, would not have unfolded as effectively.



While thinking back on the match, the former NXT Women’s Tag Team Champion expressed her satisfaction. It marked her first main event appearance on Raw, and facing Becky Lynch was a remarkable opportunity she had never anticipated.

We will have to see what is next for Zoey Stark. She is a member of the RAW roster, and it seems that more opportunities are to come for her. Keep checking back with us here at Ringside News for more on this, and so much more in the pro wrestling world.

What’s your take on Zoey Stark’s memory from Crown Jewel? Let us know what you think in the comments!

November 19, 2023 2:14 pm

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