Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. Talks About Doctors Consulting With Her Anytime AEW Star Suffers Tooth Or Mouth Injury

Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. knows teeth.

The former AEW Women's Champion recently spoke with Muscle & Fitness to promote her match against Saraya at the AEW Full Gear 2022 pay-per-view this evening, and during the interview, the women's wrestling star spoke about her background as a dentist.

Featured below are some of the highlights from the interview where she talks about AEW doctors consulting her anytime a wrestler in the company suffers a tooth or mouth injury in the ring.

On how anytime there is a tooth or mouth related injury in AEW doctors consult her: "Anytime there’s like a medical, tooth, or mouth related injury the doctors actually call me to the medical room. The team doctors have me go look at the teeth. I need to, like, renegotiate my contract now that I think about that because I’m like the on-call dentist."

On her journey from med school to pro-wrestling: "I had done four years of undergraduate school and I studied bio-behavioral health, and family studies, but then when I was enrolled in the actual dental school, I swear, those exact same couple of months is when I started training (to be a wrestler),” says Baker. “And, it’s about a seven-month-to-a-year training course and then they set you out into the wild (independent wrestling scene), the rest is up to you. They give you the tools to be successful, to have your first match, but then everything else is up to you. Personally, I wanted to keep learning and so I would drive to (wrestling school in) Cleveland twice a week from Pittsburgh, which is a about two and a half hours, one way, after dental school, twice a week, just so that I could learn from two of my favorite wrestlers at the time, (current WWE stars) Johnny Gargano and Candice LeRae. Just because, I guess, I am forever a nerd. I always wanna keep learning and studying."

Check out the complete Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. interview by visiting MuscleAndFitness.com.