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WWE Women’s division legend will be ‘signature star’ for brand new Women’s promotion

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In a significant development for women’s wrestling, a former WWE Women’s Champion is set to become the ‘Signature Star’ for a new all women’s TV promotion.

This news comes as a breath of fresh air for fans and wrestlers alike, as it promises to bring a fresh perspective to the wrestling industry.

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Bull Nakano: The Signature Star from WWE

Bull Nakano, a former WWE Women’s Champion, is slated to be a key figure in this new venture. Nakano, who has not wrestled in 25 years, is expected to be one of the signature stars of the promotion. Her involvement is a testament to her enduring influence and popularity in the wrestling world.

According to a new report from Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, Nakano will be a big part of the new promotion: “The idea is an all-women’s promotion that would be on TV (something like) Women of Wrestling but not, in the sense that they want the wrestling to be of much higher quality than Women of Wrestling and they’re going to bring in women from Japan. I do not believe anyone from STARDOM will be there.

‘Bull Nakano is going to be one of the big vocal stars of the promotion. Not wrestling, she has not wrestled in 25 years, but they want her to be one of the signature stars he claimed.

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A Blend of Cultures

The new promotion is expected to have a strong Japanese presence, adding a unique cultural blend to the wrestling scene.

This international flavour will undoubtedly add a new dimension to the promotion, making it a truly global platform for women’s wrestling.

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