Lola Vice Comments After Winning NXT Women’s Breakout Tournament

Lola Vice Comments After Winning NXT Women’s Breakout Tournament WWE

Lola Vice has commented for the first time since earning a future title shot with her win in the 2023 NXT Women’s Breakout Tournament.

This week’s NXT Halloween Havoc Night Two (October 31) saw the conclusion of this year’s tournament as Kelani Jordan and Lola Vice looked to follow in the footsteps of past Breakout Tournament winners Roxanne Perez and Carmelo Hayes.

It was Vice who secured the win, defeating Jordan with a spinning heel kick to earn the pinfall, and in-turn, a future NXT Women’s Championship match.

Vice commented in a post-match interview that WWE shared on social media, saying:

“There’s no-one like me in NXT and this tournament was just a glimpse of my knockout power.

“It is a huge opportunity, but I already knocked out three women, and whoever’s fourth is about to be my next victim.”

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Vice would also post to Twitter following the result, suggesting that NXT’s women’s division was set to be taken over, saying:

The Vice era has now begun.

In another post Vice shared a picture of the contract gained by winning the Breakout Tournament, sitting nicely in her luggage bag along with the caption:

I earned this.

NXT’s new Women’s Champion Lyra Valkyria is set to make her first appearance on the brand since defeating Becky Lynch at Halloween Havoc Night One on next week’s edition of NXT (November 7).

It remains to be seen when the Vice vs Valkyria championship match will take place.

For all the fallout from Halloween Havoc Night Two check this link here.

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8 months ago by Jamie Toolan


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