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WWE Signs Deonna Purrazzo To Developmental Deal

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WWE has once again pulled solid talent from the indies to bolster an already stellar NXT roster.

According to Squared Circle Sirens, WWE has inked Deonna Purrazzo, who had previously signed a six month deal with Ring Of Honor, to a developmental deal.

Purrazzo, what performed in promotions such as ROH, Stardom and TNA, will head to the WWE Performance Center in the next few weeks

Purrazzo is no stranger to WWE, as she was an alternate for the Mae Young Classic Tournament and also used in a segment with Alexa Bliss back in 2016 in which she was on the receiving end of a beatdown at the hands of the then SmackDown Live Women’s Champion.

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William Regal’s New Title in WWE Return

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William Regal has made his return to WWE following his brief stint with AEW and now has a new title that is much different than what he had prior to his release from WWE during budget cuts last year.

Regal was Director of Talent Development and Head of Global Recruiting prior to his release. Regal was also the former General Manager for NXT and also had an on-screen role before he made his way to AEW.

According to PWInsider, Regal is now the Vice President, Global Talent Development for WWE.

Ahead of his return to WWE and amid his exit from AEW, Regal issued the following on social media:

“Yesterday was my last official day with @AEW. I’d like to thank @TonyKhan, Megha and all the hard working crew. Contrary to people who’ve never spoken to me or have their information from people who don’t know me or are trying to make themselves noticed, I had a lovely time working there and had a great time. Lots of talented Wrestlers, and lovely people to work for. To my fellow BCC members, it was a special, albeit brief few months but it cemented our already strong friendship. To everyone there, thank you for welcoming me. Best wishes.”

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Ex-NJPW Star Karl Fredericks Signs with WWE

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Former New Japan Pro Wrestling star Karl Fredericks has officially signed with WWE following the conclusion of his four-year tenure with NJPW. Fredericks announced on social media back in summer 2022 that he would not re-sign with NJPW.

Fredericks was initially linked to WWE last September, when he was reportedly spotted at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.

According to PW Insider, Fredericks has officially signed with WWE and will be a part of the NXT brand initially.

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Jinder Mahal Makes Return to NXT

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Jinder Mahal made his shocking return to WWE television during NXT’s New Year’s Evil special.

Mahal came out during a segment between The Creed Brothers (Julius & Brutus Creed) and Sanga, one half of Indus Sher with Veer Mahan, with the two tag teams schedule to clash at the event, with Sanga stating that Veer was not present for the match.

Instead, Sanga said that he would take on the duo by himself, which led to sneak attack from Mahal in a shocking return. The two took out both Creed Brothers and stood tall at the end, showing that Mahal has now aligned with Indus Sher.

Mahal joined WWE in 2010 and took on Seth Rollins in 2012 in a match to crown the first ever NXT Champion. Mahal was last in a match back in November when he lost to Braun Strowman in a SmackDown World Cup First Round match.

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