WWE superstar Chelsea Green is on the verge of returning to the squared circle, and now she has decided to call herself “The Comeback Kid.”
CHELSEA GREEN HAD THE MOST UNFORTUNATE MAIN ROSTER DEBUTS OF ALL TIME
Green had one of the most unfortunate main roster debuts of all time. She made her SmackDown debut on the November 13 edition of the show, where she participated in a fatal four-way qualifying match against Liv Morgan, Natalya, and Tamina to earn a spot at Survivor Series as part of the women’s team, which Morgan won. Following the match, it was revealed that she had broken her wrist and that the planned finish which saw her winning had to be changed.
WWE actually considered calling her up much before her November 13 debut. She was supposed to join Raw, but after the show’s executive director Paul Heyman left the position, the plan was scrapped.
SHE RECENTLY UPLOADED THE “COMEBACK KID” PHOTO ON TWITTER
Green recently uploaded a photo on Twitter, which he captioned with the Comeback Kid phrase.
HER HISTORY WITH WWE GOES LONG BACK
“Green is far from untested, having honed her craft winning championships elsewhere and competing on Tough Enough before arriving at the WWE Performance Center,” says WWE’s official site, before mentioning that she is a graduate of Lance Storm’s Storm Wrestling Academy in Calgary, where she learned to harness the athleticism that made her a standout in soccer, volleyball, basketball and track.
She is perhaps still best known for her stint with Impact Wrestling, where she was known as Laurel Van Ness. Originally a typical heel, she, at one point, started a maniacal gimmick, competing in her trashed wedding dress and make-up, wrestling barefoot and carrying a wine bottle.
Her first WWE apparence, however, came much earlier. During the feud between Brie Bella and Stephanie McMahon, she appeared on the August 11, 2014, episode of Raw, portraying Daniel Bryan’s physical therapist Megan Miller, confessing that the two had been having an affair before an infuriated Bella stormed the ring and slapped her.
Then, in 2015, Green reappeared under her real name, as a contestant on the sixth season of the re-launched Tough Enough finishing in fourth place for the females.