Truthfully, that is what I love about Lacey. She plays the classic American heel role extremely well and demonstrates a ton of charisma - something you cannot teach at a wrestling academy - that challenges even that of Tamura. It doesn't hurt that she is a master of in-ring psychology and intangibles, either. If I were to sit in the front role of a wrestling show and Lacey approaches my direction, I know what the outcome is going to be. I may receive a projectile of water directly from her mouth, but because I love the woman as a wrestler, I don't necessarily mind.
I wasn't trying to go overboard with my comments, by the way.