World-renowned celebrity Meghan Markle has recently joined forces with one of the largest talent agencies, WME, which now also serves as a premier host for sports entertainment properties. As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, Markle's team will include Ari Emanuel, the agency's head honcho, among others.
Born in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle pursued acting and international studies at Northwestern University before moving to England to marry Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and joining the British royal family. In 2020, the couple made headlines by retiring from royal duties and relocating to Montecito, California, where they live.
Meghan Markle's Pro-Wrestling Prospects
The future remains uncertain for Meghan Markle. With a background in acting, one might expect her to transition into professional wrestling easily. Could we see her team up with Roman Reigns or Kofi Kingston? Her presence would undoubtedly add excitement to a Royal Rumble event.
However, The Hollywood Reporter's article emphasizes that acting will not be Markle's primary focus at this stage of her life. This revelation has led to speculation about the possibility of Meghan Markle entering the world of mixed martial arts (MMA).
Known for its raw, unscripted nature, MMA would contrast the staged action of pro wrestling. But if this is the path Markle chooses, the 41-year-old must undergo a significant physical transformation. At a reported 113 pounds, she falls below the strawweight limit, a barrier to competing in the UFC.
If the UFC were to introduce an atomweight division, Markle could face off against fighters like Loma Lookboonmee or Tabatha Ricci. Until then, the Duchess must focus on gaining the strength and skills necessary for success in combat sports.
As Meghan Markle embarks on this new chapter, fans and critics eagerly await her next move, whether in the wrestling ring, the octagon, or an entirely different arena.
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