While signing for WWE must be a dream for many, it does bring with it a few unfortunate side-effects, as new signing Cora Jade has just found out.
Jade was supposed to be wrestling in an intergender match against AEW’s Joey Janela for GCW at its Fight Forever show on Friday (January 29), but has now been pulled.
Both Jade and Janela have responded to the match being cancelled, and while neither gave a reason for the match being pulled, it was only announced on Thursday (January 21), so perhaps WWE got wind of it and put a stop to it. That is pure speculation at this point.
So sorry to all the fans @GCWrestling_ & @JANELABABY for not being able to make the show. Some things kinda came up BUT it’s still gonna be a sick show so please watch and continue to donate if possible! #FightForever
— Cora Jade (@CoraJadeWWE) January 22, 2021
It was good to go, 5 min after we announced it, It wasn’t anymore lol
I truly wish @CoraJadeWWE well, she has all the potential in the world and will be very rich!
Just Unfortunately before she goes, she’s doesn’t get to wrestle the greatest wrestler in the https://t.co/Y6H3y8h7lz
— “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela (@JANELABABY) January 22, 2021
Jade made her NXT in-ring debut this past week on 205 Live, when she teamed with Gigi Dolan (formerly Priscilla Kelly) in the first round of the women’s Dusty Classic.
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