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WWE Superstar BACKSTAGE at TNA Hard To Kill 2024

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In a surprising turn of events, WWE NXT talent Gigi Dolin was spotted backstage at the TNA Wrestling’s Hard to Kill pay-per-view event in Las Vegas, according to a new report from PWInsider.

This unexpected appearance has sparked considerable interest in the wrestling community, as it’s rare to see talents from different promotions at the same event.

Gigi Dolin’s Unexpected Appearance at TNA Hard To Kill 2024

Gigi Dolin, known for her dynamic presence in WWE NXT, was seen backstage during the live broadcast of TNA’s Hard to Kill.

The reason behind her presence is believed to be linked to her fiancé, Zachary Wentz, who was scheduled to compete in a match at the event.

Wentz, alongside his Rascalz tag team partner Trey Miguel, was aiming to clinch the TNA Tag Team Championship.

Cross-Promotion Support

This instance of a WWE star being present at a TNA event highlights the supportive nature of relationships within the wrestling industry. It’s not just about the competition between promotions but also about personal relationships and support systems that exist among wrestlers, regardless of their affiliations.

Another Notable Former WWE Superstar Sighting at TNA Hard To Kill 2024

In addition to Dolin, there was another significant appearance at the event. AJ Francis, formerly known as Top Dolla in WWE, featured during the Countdown to Hard to Kill event.

This further underscores the fluidity and interconnectedness of the wrestling world, where boundaries between promotions are often crossed in surprising ways.

FAQs

  • Who was the WWE NXT talent spotted at TNA Hard to Kill?
    • Gigi Dolin was seen backstage at the event.
  • Why was Gigi Dolin at TNA Hard to Kill?
    • She was likely there to support her fiancĂ©, Zachary Wentz, who was competing at the event.
  • Was there another notable wrestling personality at the event?
    • Yes, AJ Francis, formerly known as Top Dolla in WWE, was also present.
  • Does this signify a collaboration between WWE and TNA?
    • Not necessarily. It seems more related to personal relationships than an official cross-promotion effort.
  • Is it common for wrestlers from different promotions to support each other?
    • Yes, it’s not uncommon for wrestlers to show support for their peers, regardless of promotional affiliations.
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