Four new competitors have been revealed for this year’s Mae Young Classic, and they include some of the brightest prospects from the WWE Performance Center, as well as one of the PC’s newest signees.
Making her long-awaited WWE Network debut will be Tegan Nox(pictured above), from Welsh Valleys, South Wales. Nicknamed “The Girl with The Shiniest Wizard,” the 23-year-old Nox signed with WWE last summer after spending several years wowing audiences throughout the United Kingdom and beyond. Weeks after arriving at the WWE PC, however, Nox tore her ACL in practice, which put her on the shelf for 10 months and prevented her from competing in the inaugural Mae Young Classic. After a lengthy rehabilitation, Nox finally debuted at an NXT Live Event earlier this year and hasn’t looked back. Will the ever-exciting Nox — who is known for her daredevil maneuvers inside the ring, as well as her devastating Shining Wizard knee strike — make up for lost time in this year’s tournament?
As originally announced by #SportingNews, new signee Deonna Purrazzo, who reported for trainingthis week at the WWE PC, will also compete in this year’s #32womantournament. Going by the moniker of #Virtuosa” on the independent scene, the 24-year-old Purrazzo is widely hailed for her highly technical in-ring style. Making her pro debut in 2013, Purrazzo has wrestled throughout the United States, as well as in Japan, England, Puerto Rico and Canada, and she is known for finishing off opponents with her favorite hold, the Fujiwara Armbar.
Also vying for the 2018 the Mae Young Classic trophy is former collegiate volleyball player and #NXT rookie Jessica Elaban. Standing 5-foot-10, the rangy Elaban has been pegged as an up-and-comer to watch since joining the #WWEPC last May. An athlete her entire life, Elaban also excelled at soccer, basketball, track and dance before setting her sights on the squared circle. Having spent the past year learning under the WWE PC’s world-class coaching staff, Elaban looks to prove that she can hang with the world’s best female wrestlers, despite being a relative newcomer to the ring.
Returning to the #MaeYoungClassic2 is hard-hitting powerhouse Reina González, a second-generation wrestler from Texas. The 6-foot-tall daughter of #RickyDesperadoGonzález, Reina played basketball at Sam Houston State University before following in her father’s footsteps. She joined the #WWEPerformanceCenter in October 2016 and participated in the inaugural Mae Young Classic last summer, where she battled Nicole Savoy in the First Round. Though she came up short in that outing, González was praised by #WWEHallofFamer #JimRoss for her rugged aggression.
Today’s announcement comes on the heels of several huge #MaeYoungClassic competitor revealslast week, including former Divas #Champion #Kaitlyn, #Japanese sensation and new #WWE signee Io #Shirai, former #AmericanNinjaWarrior” competitor #KacyCatanzaro
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