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Jordynne Grace comments on future of WWE & TNA working relationship

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TNA Knockouts World Champion Jordynne Grace has commented on the working relationship between TNA Wrestling and WWE.

Grace first appeared in WWE at the 2024 Royal Rumble and made her return on NXT taking on Stevie Turner.
June 9 saw Grace take on Roxanne Perez for the NXT Women’s Championship at NXT Battleground, with match highlights below this news story.
Following her recent experience in NXT, Grace spoke to Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp about ‘limitations‘ placed on her in WWE.

In the interview, she also discussed others in TNA Wrestling wanting to work for WWE, saying:
“Some people have reached out… basically just telling me who they would wanna wrestle (in WWE). And I’m just like ‘you can’t count out anything’ because this is proof of that, anything is possible in wrestling right now.”

With TNA Against All Odds taking place on June 14, Grace also discussed her hopes for a WWE star answering her Knockouts World Championship open challenge, saying:
“That’s what I’m hoping, and I’m hoping they send someone over and the WWE universe tunes in and they can see what’s really cooking in TNA. I can do piledrivers over there.”

Grace would go on to discuss the important of the upcoming PPV for the relationship between WWE and TNA Wrestling, stating:
“I think this one is important too… this one in front of their faces (Battleground match) was the most important one. And I think I did well enough that we’re going to continue on with it.
“There’s so many cool things that could happen like you just said The Rascalz stuff, that would be such a natural lead-in. And just off the top of my head, this is completely off the wall but I really wanna see Nia (Jax) against Jessica Havoc, I feel like that’s such a cool match up.”

Drew McIntyre recently made a ‘forbidden door’ tease, which caught the attention of TNA Wrestling’s Joe Hendry and Moose.
Following the attack by Gallus on Wes Lee in NXT, it was also revealed that WWE was ‘open’ to working with TNA Wrestling’s The Rascalz.

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