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Former WWE Star Gabbi Tuft Announces In-Ring Return

One big thing: Gabbi Tuft set for wrestling comeback

Former WWE star Gabbi Tuft, previously known as Tyler Reks, has announced her return to professional wrestling after a long hiatus.

• Tuft will make her in-ring comeback on June 25 at West Coast Pro Wrestling’s “Killin’ Them Softly” event in Irvine, California.
• The match will air later on West Coast Pro Wrestling and United Wrestling Network outlets, including YouTube and Triller TV.
• Her opponent has not yet been announced.

Why it matters

Tuft’s return marks a significant moment in professional wrestling, highlighting the industry’s evolving inclusivity and representation.

• As a transgender wrestler, Tuft’s comeback could pave the way for more diverse representation in wrestling.
• Her return follows recent backstage visits to WWE, sparking interest in her potential future with major promotions.

By the numbers

• The match will be broadcast on over 125 TV stations nationwide.
• Tuft’s last WWE appearance was in 2012, making this a return after more than a decade away from mainstream wrestling.

What they’re saying

In her announcement, Tuft used cryptic language, stating:

“Everything that is unfolding is per the plan. Stay faithful. There is more to the plan than what you see or what you think. Mother will guide her children to salvation.”

The big picture

Tuft’s return comes at a time when professional wrestling is seeing increased diversity and representation across various promotions. Her comeback could signal a new chapter in her career and potentially influence the broader wrestling landscape.

What do you think about Gabbi Tuft’s return to professional wrestling? How might it impact the industry’s approach to inclusivity? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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