NB: Right off the bat, and you obviously get this a lot, but you don’t seem like an MMA fighter. I mean, you were a cheerleader at the University of Arkansas and then for the Kansas City Chiefs. How did you get into MMA from cheerleading?
Wray: When I was a Chiefs cheerleader we all got memberships to Title Boxing Club to stay in shape. After a few months of the boxing workouts I began to fall in love with it. One day I got in the ring with my coach Melvin Wesley and hit mitts. I loved that even more, so after a few more months one day I came in and he said "We are going to spar." I was scared...but I did it. After that I was hooked. I eventually got a job at Title Boxing Club selling memberships, and I started teaching the classes. The club I worked at was right next to HD, Jason High and LC Davis's MMA gym. I wanted to change up my workouts with Melvin so I tried a class at HD and I loved it, so I signed up. After several months of boxing, muay thai, jiu jitsu and wrestling I had developed a love and passion for the sport. On the nights I was at cheer practice all I could think about was that I wanted to be at HD. So when time came for cheer auditions, I had to make a choice. I couldn't possibly do both. So I chose what I loved more, fighting.