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WWE SmackDown: Superstar set to return following BIG change tonight? (04/08/23)

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Tonight’s episode of WWE SmackDown is set to witness the return of a superstar who has undergone a significant transformation.

Shotzi, a well-known WWE star, has been off the screen for a while, undergoing a character change. However, she is now ready to make a grand comeback.

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The Transformation of Shotzi on WWE SmackDown

Shotzi’s transformation began on the June 30th episode of SmackDown. After a match with Bayley, Shotzi was attacked backstage by Bayley and IYO SKY, resulting in a lock of her hair being cut off.

This incident marked the beginning of Shotzi’s character change. The following week, Shotzi took the bold step of shaving off the rest of her hair.

Since then, she has been sending messages to Bayley, although she hasn’t physically appeared on the show.

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Shotzi’s New Look

Shotzi’s new look has already made its debut at house shows and has been updated on her WWE.com profile.

The shaved head look is a significant departure from her previous image, and fans are eagerly awaiting her return to SmackDown.

According to PWInsider, Shotzi’s tank is set up for her entrance ahead of tonight’s episode of SmackDown in Detroit, indicating that her return is imminent.

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The Real Reason Behind Shotzi’s Transformation

Shotzi’s decision to shave her head was not just for her character change.

It was a show of solidarity with her sister, who recently lost her hair due to chemotherapy. This personal connection adds a layer of depth to Shotzi’s transformation and her upcoming return to SmackDown.

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