TNA Star Details Difficulties Working For WWE

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Jordynne Grace has revealed some of the rules and restrictions that make working in a WWE ring difficult.

Grace has been at the centre of WWE’s recent moves to build partnerships with outside promotions. The TNA Knockouts Champion first appeared at the 2024 Royal Rumble, and more recently was the surprise challenger for NXT Women’s Champion Roxanne Perez at Battleground.

While Grace has yet to score a victory in the company, she did get a win on home ground after Taum Paxley answered her open challenge at TNA Against All Odds.

During an interview with Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful, Grace was asked if there were any restrictions on her moveset when she was wrestling in NXT. The star admitted that she wasn’t allowed to use Piledrivers as there are only “certain people” able to do them in the company.

“Yeah, can’t do piledrivers. Only certain people.”

Moving on to matches themselves, Grace said there was a “lot to remember,” especially when it came to which cameras she should be facing and when.

“It’s a lot. I don’t want to get too deep into it, but it’s a lot to remember. There are so many different cameras and they want you to do certain things to certain cameras. There are all the cameras and then two cameras in front of you, but you have to look at a specific one.

“Sometimes, I’m just like, ‘I can’t remember which one it is.’ That is something I have to get used to. There are certain corners they want you to go into because there is the gib cam that goes around. It’s a lot to remember on top of what you also have to remember.”

Jordynne Grace Had Contract Talks With WWE

Jordynne Grace has revealed she had contract talks with WWE in the past. However, each time she decided she would rather stay in TNA as it was “comfortable.” Now the star gets the best of both worlds as she has been able to go through the Forbidden Door more than most in recent months.

H/T to Fightful for the above transcription.