Rachael Ellering Makes NXT Debut At Live EventMarch 15, 2019
Second generation wrestler Rachael Ellering has made her NXT debut.
At last night’s NXt live event in St. Petersburg, Florida, Rachael Ellering made her in-ring debut for NXT. Not Ellering has wrestled in the Mae Young Classic and on NXT in the past but this was the first match she has had since officially signing with the WWE and being part of the NXT roster.
Ellering teamed with Deonna Purrazzo and the two did end up losing to the team of Taynara Conti and Mia Yim. Interestingly is that she was announced as Rachael Ellering despite her having to go by the name Rachael Evers in both the 2017 and the 2018 Mae Young Classic. It is still unclear why WWE had her change her last name in the Mae Young Classic even though she has wrestled on NXT prior to that and they stated over and over again she was the daughter of WWE Hall Of Famer Paul Ellering.
— Kyle Feeley (@ScorpioKyle) March 15, 2019
Let’s get to know each other! ☺️ pic.twitter.com/lWKS8QHvlz
— Rachael Ellering (@RachaelEllering) March 15, 2019
— Bobby Deese (@bobbydeese_) March 15, 2019
— Michael Law ⚾ (@MWLaw1974) March 15, 2019
It is weird that Ellering lost in her official debut yet this seems like a new trend with NXT as last week a number of wrestlers debuted at NXT live events and were beat.