Previous Impact Knockouts and current AAA Reina de Reinas Champion Taya Valkyrie has allegedly signed with WWE, per PWInsider. The site reports she’s required to be declared alongside the next Performance Center class and will begin with NXT presently.
Valkyrie was written off Impact a month ago when she was uncovered as the culprit in their “Who shot John E. Bravo?” angle. Bits of gossip sprung up about interest from WWE and AEW. There’s been discussion she could follow husband John Morrison to WWE since early a year ago, and it shows up it’s at long last occurred.
A previous dancer who progressed to fitness competitions and modeling, Taya prepared for her wrestling career with Lance Storm. She basically worked in Mexico for AAA prior to making a sprinkle on the U.S. scene with Lucha Underground. She joined Impact in 2017 and holds the record for the longest Knockouts title reign in the organization’s history at 377 days.
Triple H recently said the next PC class will incorporate their biggest ever group of women signees; Valkryie and the Booker T-trained AQA are the only two names who’ve specifically been accounted for.