WWE Star Renames Finisher After Stealing It From Opponent

WWE Star Renames Finisher After Stealing It From Opponent WWE

A WWE star has renamed a finisher after stealing it from a legendary star, right in front of them on tonight’s NXT.

On tonight’s episode of NXT, another appearance from WWE main roster star Natalya as she supported Karmen Petrovic.

After tangling last week, Karmen Petrovic would take on Lola Vice however the match didn’t go quite as well as Petrovic might have hoped.

In the end, Lola Vice would pick up the win after Petrovic tapped out to a Sharpshooter from Vice, right in front of Natalya, who is obviously known for that particular submission hold.

Later on Twitter, Lola Vice reacted to comments around her having used the move to take the disrespect a step further, noting she was renaming it.

In response to the official WWE account sharing the clip and calling it the Sharpshooter, Lola Vice wrote: “*** LOLAshooter”.

After defeating Petrovic, Vice showed no remorse for having stolen the move, taking time to still pose and dance behind the dejected Karmen as Natalya consoled her.

Still coming up this week for the stars of NXT, the brand’s own premium live event during WrestleMania 40 weekend in Philadelphia.

At NXT Stand & Deliver, Lyra Valkyria defends her Women’s Title against Roxanne Perez, Ilja Dragunov defends the NXT Championship against Tony D’Angelo, and Oba Femi is in action against both Josh Briggs and Dijak in a three-way for Femi’s North American Championship.

Also earlier in tonight’s episode it was confirmed that the Wolf Dogs (Baron Corbin and Bron Breakker) would put their NXT Tag Team Championship on the line against Axiom and Nathan Frazer.

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2 weeks ago by Amanda Savage



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