Kavita Devi becomes first Indian woman wrestler to be signed by WWE

  • Kavita Devi becomes first Indian woman wrestler to be signed by WWE

Kavita Devi becomes first Indian woman wrestler to be signed by WWE

They are the first women from India and the Middle East, respectively, to get WWE deals.

Devi and Bseiso will join a roster of worldwide talent at the WWE Performance Center who hail from a variety of countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Mexico and the United Kingdom.

WWE has signed Shadia Bseiso from Jordan to a developmental contract, becoming the first Arab woman from the Middle East to have the opportunity to train to become a WWE Superstar.

Jinder Mahal and The Great Khali are the two other Indians who have been part of the pro-wrestling business. Devi shot to fame when a video of her tackling down fellow wrestler BB Bull Bull went viral on social media.

Shadia stated that she is honoured to be the first ever woman from the Middle East to sign with WWE. Devi participated in the Mae Young Classic tournament of the WWE but she lost the opening round against Dakota Kai.

Regarding this new phase in her career, Devi is ready to take on any challenge that comes her way. She now has a great opportunity to become India's first female WWE Superstar.

Kavita is expected to commence her training at the WWE Performance Center at Orlando in January next year.

Jinder Mahal, who is now the champion on Smackdown Live, was very happy with the development and said, "I'm extremely proud to welcome Kavita to WWE". Devi also has the distinction of being the first Indian woman to compete in a WWE ring, during her participation in the Mae Young Classic. "She is an inspiration to the youth of India and I wish nothing but success for her".

Kavita Devi will be join the women's division of the WWE.

After announcing she would join the WWE ranks, they paused in disbelief for a moment, she said, anxious for her safety in the often-bruising shows. With seven training rings, a world-class strength and conditioning program and cutting-edge edit and production facilities, the Performance Center allow new recruits to hone their skills through a comprehensive program that includes in-ring training, physical preparedness, and character development.