The real reason former WWE NXT Women’s Tag Team Champion Cora Jade has been absent from TV recently seems to have been revealed.
Jade has been off TV since January when she didn’t appear for an advertised match against Lyra Valkyria.
When she first disappeared from TV, Jade blacked out her both her Twitter and Instagram pages, but soon brought them back to life to share footage and shots from a new beach photoshoot.
However, Jade has now completely taken down her Twitter page, and if you search for it or click on a link to it at the moment (unless it’s back up by the time you read this), you’ll get a message saying “something went wrong”, or “the term you searched didn’t bring up any results”.
In an update, Dave Meltzer reports in the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Jade has been out with “an undisclosed injury”.
The reason Cora Jade hasn’t been around is that she suffered an undisclosed injury nearly two months back
We wish Jade all the best with her recovery from whatever’s been keeping her out of action.
Jade’s former tag team partner turned rival Roxanne Perez has also been in an uncertain situation in recent weeks, having been written off TV on March 7.
The reason Perez was written off TV was the belief there was a “situation” going on that could keep her out of action, but it’s since been reported by Meltzer that whatever it was wasn’t an injury, and she’s cleared to return.
Perez has not been announced for Stand & Deliver which will feature an NXT Women’s Championship ladder match despite Perez still being champion, so either she’ll return and be in that match, or if she doesn’t, the winner will probably end up having a title unification match with her at some point.
The ladder match participants so far are Zoey Stark, Gigi Dolin, Tiffany Stratton – who was supposed to have a singles match with Perez for the title before things had to change – and Lyra Valkyria.
It’s being advertised that the fifth and final participant will be the winner of a three-way between Sol Ruca, Indi Hartwell and Ivy Nile, who lost to Stark, Stratton and Valkyria respectively in the prior qualifiers. Dolin’s opponent Kiana James won’t be in the second chance match because she already has a tag title defence with Fallon Henley against Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn.
You can see spoilers for next week’s NXT, and therefore who won the three-way to get into the ladder match, at this link.
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