WWE Reportedly Interested In Bringing Back Another Female Wrestler

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A new report has shed some light on another women’s wrestler that WWE might bring back soon.

The October 28th edition of WWE Friday Night Smackdown saw Emma make her return to the company after five years away. Since Triple H took over the WWE creative team in late July, several superstars from the past have come back including Dakota Kai, Braun Strowman, Bray Wyatt and many more.

It has been reported by Fightful Select that WWE has interesting in bringing back “several” women that used to work for the company.

One of the women that WWE is interested in is Tegan Knox, who was a veteran of the NXT brand before being moved to Smackdown.

Nox is 27-year-old and hasn’t wrestled this year with Fightful reporting that she had visa issues that complicated matters. The report noted that while there are no specifics to share at this time, WWE sources did confirm that the company was interested in bringing Nox back.

During her WWE career, Nox experienced some success although there was a lot of heartache as well due to numerous injuries. Nox wasn’t able to compete in the 2017 Mae Young Classic due to injury and then a year later she made it through two rounds but had to exit the competition due to major knee surgery.

When Nox arrived in NXT in the summer of 2019, another serious knee injury took her out in 2020. Nox was released in November 2021 as part of the Smackdown brand. The release was the decision to let her go was made by Vince McMahon and John Laurinaitis, both of whom are not part of WWE’s current management team.

The most memorable angle that Nox took part in came in late 2019 when Dakota Kai turned on Nox during the women’s WarGames match.