English professional wrestler Lucy Garland, known by her in-ring name Bobbi Tyler, has reportedly signed up with WWE and has also altered her Twitter handle, hinting some confirmation to the initial reports.
The report was first claimed by PWInsider.com, who indicated the changes in Bobbi Tyler’s Twitter and Instagram handles which now read @StevieTurnerWWE on both websites.
Moreover, her Instagram handle now says “NXT UK” as well, a further indication that the Briton is most likely to join the United Kingdom-based promotional brand rather than the main WWE roster.
However, there hasn’t been any official confirmation from neither WWE nor Tyler herself on her social media handles as of now.
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Former STARDOM wrestler Bobbi Tyler is a multi-promotion women’s champion
Hailing from London, Bobbi Tyler made her pro wrestling debut back in 2016. In 2019, she worked with Japanese women’s professional wrestling promotion STARDOM, where she was a member of the Tokyo Cyber Squad, alongside DEATH Yama-san, Hana Kimura, Jungle Kyona, Konami, Natsumi, Rebel Kel, Rina, Ruaka, and Zoe Lucas.
In the same year, there were speculations that Tyler had received a WWE tryout, ahead of the SmackDown Live tapings in the United Kingdom in May. In 2020 during the pandemic, Tyler worked with British promotion Revolution Pro which she joined in April last year.
Alongside STARDOM and Revolution Pro, Tyler has also had short stints with International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom, Ultimate Pro Wrestling, House Of Glory, Pro Wrestling Pride, Revolution Pro Wrestling, and Ultimate British Wrestling.
Bobbi Tyler is a former House Of Glory Women’s Championship and has been crowned the International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom Women’s Championship two times.
The 24-year-old became a one time Pro Wrestling Pride Catch Division Champion and two time Women’s Champion, and also won the Ultimate Pro Wrestling Women’s Championship.
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