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HUGE WWE prospect ‘QUITS’ on television this week

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In a surprising turn of events, Cora Jade, a promising talent on the WWE NXT roster, announced her departure from the brand on live television.

This unexpected move has sent shockwaves through the wrestling community, leaving fans and fellow wrestlers alike in a state of disbelief.

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Cora Jade: Farewell to WWE NXT

Cora Jade’s exit from WWE NXT was as dramatic as her tenure. She made the announcement after suffering a defeat in a Kendo Stick Match against Dana Brooke.

Jade’s loss seemed to be the final straw that led to her decision to leave the brand. In her farewell speech, she wished her fellow wrestlers in the locker room good luck before taking her leave.

It’s likely that this will be a storyline, but we’ll have to wait and see if this means she is getting a main roster callup or will remain in NXT.

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The Journey of Cora Jade

Cora Jade’s journey in WWE NXT has been a rollercoaster ride. Her original promising push was halted due to a torn ACL, which required surgery.

Despite the setback, Jade worked tirelessly towards her return, even sharing her excitement and soreness on Twitter after taking bumps in the ring for the first time in months.

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The Aftermath of Jade’s Departure

Cora Jade’s ‘departure’ has left a void in the WWE NXT women’s division. Her unique charisma and in-ring ability made her a fan favourite.

As the wrestling world awaits her next move, her departure has undoubtedly opened up opportunities for other women wrestlers in the locker room.

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