WWE is trying to retain Jordynne Grace

WWE could sensationally buy out Jordynne Grace's contract

by Simone Brugnoli
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WWE is trying to retain Jordynne Grace
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One of the athletes who has been talked about the most in the latest episodes of NXT is undoubtedly Jordynne Grace, TNA women's world champion, who had already appeared in the WWE rings at the Royal Rumble at the beginning of the year.

After seeing her again in the WWE rings for the start of a feud with Roxanne Perez, with the NXT women's title at stake, at the next PLE Battleground, it seems that the Knockout champion has really made WWE's mouth water, so much so that the Stamford federation is reportedly thinking of stealing the athlete's contract from TNA.

According to what was reported by Mike Johnson of PW Insider, in fact, this would not be uncommon, with WWE literally buying the athlete's contract from TNA, with an agreement between all parties. The well-known journalist reported: "I don't think they're going to steal her, but I think there's a real interest between the two parties, which will lead to a long-term agreement between Grace and WWE at the end of her contract, if not before.

There's a real possibility that WWE will make an offer to buy her contract from TNA". In a move worthy of the biggest transfer market ever seen, WWE could thus win the performances of the TNA champion, who is already making the NXT audience dream.

Jordynne Grace's victorious NXT debut

After having seen her in the ring at the Royal Rumble, Jordynne Grace has reappeared in front of the WWE cameras, with an agreement that includes some matches, including the one in ppv, the first of which has already aired on Tuesday night, in the latest episode of NXT.

In the episode that aired a few days ago, in fact, Jordynne Grace made her triumphant debut in the NXT ring against Stevie Turner, in a quick match that the TNA champion won by a landslide, amidst the roar of the crowd that cheered her on, with the athlete who then clashed with the champion of the WWE color show, Roxanne Perez.

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