Kona Reeves Debuts on NXT, Ellsworth on Jericho Cruise, XFL News

WWE is constantly pushing the best talent and athletes that it can find on their NXT brand, and it looks like a Performance Center standout has arrived on NXT for good. After weeks of vignettes hyping up the arrival of “The Finest” Kona Reeves, the Samoan superstar made his in-ring debut under his new character on NXT last night. He defeated an enhancement talent by the name of Patrick Scott in a short and decisive fashion after pinning him with a Samoan Drop. Now that Kona Reeves has arrived in NXT, he will certainly have plenty of competition eager to meet him, but perhaps the young wrestler will be able to emerge as a future champion in NXT and WWE one day.

Victory ??@KonaReevesWWE #WWENXT pic.twitter.com/aCaevCZRTE
— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) May 3, 2018

James Ellsworth may be one of the most unexpected success stories in professional wrestling right now. Not only did he work for WWE for over a year, but he has managed to carry his success over into the independent wrestling circuit. It has just been announced that Ellsworth will now be competing on Chris Jericho’s Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager At Sea cruise, which also features a ton of other wrestling superstars and legends. Additionally, Jericho confirmed that Ellsworth will be defending his Intergender Championship in a match during the cruise. No opponent has been named for Ellsworth just yet, but there are plenty of male and female stars set to join the cruise that was surely love to have the chance to face him for his title.


It’s official… @jamesellsworthwrestling will be defending his #IntergenderChampionship on the #RockNWrestlingRager! Book your cabin NOW at chrisjerichocruise.com! #Duh
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Very few could have predicted or have been prepared for Vince McMahon’s major announcement earlier this year wherein he declared the the XFL would be returning in 2020. Work on the revival of the football league has been underway ever since, and it looks like the location for one of the teams may have been selected. According to the Orlando Sentinel, McMahon has proposed placing an XFL team in the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. McMahon’s rivaling football league, Charlie Ebersol’s Alliance of American Football, also just announced that they will be coaching their own Florida team in the University of Central Florida’s Spectrum Stadium.

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