WWE has one of the best, if not the best talent pool in all of sports entertainment/pro wrestling and they have signed talents from all over the world, but they are still looking to sign more big talents from international markets to not only expand the company’s business internationally, but to also put up local Performance Centers similar to the training facility they have in Orlando as well as to have an extension of the NXT brand in different countries all over the world.
The WWE has shown a significant amount of interest in NJPW Star Giulia and they even have an offer of some sort in mind for her, but despite WWE’s interest, Giulia is not allowed to sign with any company and that includes the WWE, until her deal is up in March.
Dave Meltzer noted on a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that she has not made her mind up yet, but Giulia and the WWE have spoken several times as of late. The report also states that the current NJPW Strong Women’s Champion and WWE have talked more than enough that there is something to the story, but she has not told anyone in Japan whether she is staying or leaving.
If Giulia should decide to go to the WWE and sign a deal with NXT, then it is something that could be matched by NJPW, but if she signs a main roster deal, which starts at $250,000, then that is way more than she could make in NJPW.