WWE officially confirmed a couple of weeks ago that Trevor Lee has been signed by the company and has already reported to the WWE Performance Center to begin his career with the company. He will soon begin working for the NXT brand, but he still had a few more independent wrestling commitments left to fulfill before becoming a permanent part of the family in Orlando. However, Lee confirmed that he wrapped up his indie dates after competing on last night’s CWF Mid-Atlantic show in North Carolina. Lee thanked the fans and the promotion online afterwards for showing him their support. Trevor Lee is now an NXT Superstar. Fans should keep their eyes open for Lee as he could make his WWE in-ring debut at any moment now.
Last night was the End of a Era for me at @cwfmidatlantic. I could never thank that place enough for the knowledge I learned and the support I recieved. Thank you CWF I love you.
— Trevor Lee (@TLee910) February 17, 2019
A few former members of the NXT roster appeared during last night’s tapings for Impact Wrestling. According to PWInsider, both Judas Devlin and Sawyer Fulton were present during the tapings. Fulton was part of the original SAnitY faction before he was replaced by Killian Dain, and fans may know Devlin from his work as Luchasaurus in Lucha Underground. It was also noted that fellow former WWE developmental talent Natalie Osman (aka Buggy Nova) was backstage during the TV tapings earlier this week as well. Some of these wrestlers will be competing on Impact in the near future, but it is unclear if they have been signed to any sort of deals as of right now. Be on the lookout for these stars on the upcoming episodes of Impact.
Earlier this week, former WCW competitor Disco Inferno caused a bit of a ruckus online over his comments on women’s wrestling. During a media call for Impact Wrestling, Inferno claimed that he did not like women’s wrestling and had no interest in it. Fans were quick to call out Inferno for his statements, but they were apparently all part of a plan devised by Impact officials. Ringside News reports that Disco Inferno is set to portray a sexist character on TV and his comments will be played during future editions of Impact. That same report goes on to say that the plan is for Scarlett Bordeaux to take issue with what he said and feud with him, which will then lead to Bordeaux making her official in-ring debut for Impact.