Chelsea Green has quickly become one of the most talked about female wrestlers in the world today. Green has been making a name for herself on the indepdent wrestling circuit over the past number of months, and she has also appeared on programs such as Impact Wrestling and Lucia Underground in the past. After impressing officials during a WWE tryout earlier this year, it appears now that Green is ready to take the next step in her wrestling career. Following some rumors stating that Green had been spotted training at the Performance Center and had been signed to a WWE deal, the company announced earlier today that Chelsea Green is indeed one of the newest members of the NXT roster.
WE DID IT!!!
Years of blood, sweat & tears have been shed to take this picture. Thank you @wwenxt @wwe for giving me this opportunity to show the world the Hot Mess. Let the hard work begin. See ya at the top! pic.twitter.com/u6VK3h1bfV
— Chelsea Green (@ImChelseaGreen) October 18, 2018
Fans of the wrestler formerly known as Laurel Van Ness will be thrilled to learn that Green will be working in Orlando, Florida for WWE for the NXT brand going forward. The news comes right after impressive performances from Green at All In and in Lucy’s Underground. Longtime fans will remember that Green also competed in the 2015 edition of Tough Enough, but ultimately lose the competition show. Since then, Green has continued to wrestle and has even won the Impacf Knockouts Championship. Chelsea Green is all’s currently in a relationship with WWE Superstar Zack Ryder. Expect to see Green competing in a WWE ring in the near future now that her signing has been confirmed.
Green is not the only person to join the Performance Center as she is merely included in the latest class of signings that WWE has announced. In addition to Chelsea Green, new NXT Superstar Matt Riddle has been included in the class, as has Mae Young Classic competitor Mia Yim. However, a few other names are included in the new batch of recruits. Former rugby player Daniel Vidot has reported to the PC, as has third-generation luchador Humberto Carrillo, and former basketball player Jordan Omogbehin. These are the latest elite names for WWE, which has already seen Ricochet, Candice LeRae, Keith Lee, and more sign deals to compete for NXT this year. The photo of the new class can be seen down below:
Say hello to the newest class of recruits at the @WWEPerformCtr! @SuperKingOfBros @MiaYim @ImChelseaGreen @RealPunishment @DanielVidot #JordanOmogbehin #HumbertoCarrillo https://t.co/p5Wy2SlBB5 pic.twitter.com/yeEP69vb51
— Performance Center (@WWEPerformCtr) October 18, 2018