Former MMA star and Four Horsewomen member Jessamyn Duke finally made her NXT in-ring debut on Saturday evening at a live event in Largo, Florida.
She was meant to have appeared with Marina Shafir weeks earlier but was held back due to an injury. Having only signed in May, it is said that she has impressed many at the Performance Centre and is tipped to be the best amongst the four who made the transition from the octagon to the squared circle.
In the main event of last night’s event, Duke teamed with Shafir and Shayna Baszler to face the trio of NXT Women’s Champion Kairi Sane, Io Shirai, and Deonna Purrazzo. After an impressive display by the rookie, it was Baszler who snatched the victory for her team by making Purrazzo submit.
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