Possible New Role For Billie Kay – WWE official Adam Pearce has teased the possibility of hiring Billie Kay as his new on-screen assistant.
During last week’s edition of Friday Night SmackDown, Kay circulated her headshots and resume and also offered to take over commentary duties on behalf of Michael Cole and Corey Graves. He resume was also uploaded on Twitter, which can be seen below.
In his tweet, which also included a picture of Kay sharing her resume with the WWE official, Pearce wrote, “It’s been suggested that perhaps I could use an “assistant”. You guys know anyone looking for a gig?”
Graves responded to the tweet and said he was open to the job position.
It appears as if WWE will continue the Kay-Pearce storyline this Friday on SmackDown.
Billie Kay has not competed on WWE TV since the Survivor Series qualifying triple threat match against Natalya and Bianca Belair on the October 30 episode of SmackDown.
Billie Kay, real name Jessica McKay (born 23 June 1989), made her professional wrestling debut at Pro Wrestling Alliance (PWA), and she debuted one-year later for the Pro Wrestling Women’s Alliance promotion, where she became a two-time PWWA Champion. She later started competing on the independent circuit for multiple promotions in the United States for several years, most notably and commonly for Shimmer Women Athletes.
McKay received a tryout with WWE during their tour of Australia in August 2014 and became an NXT trainee on 13 April 2015. McKay made her televised in-ring debut on 10 June episode of NXT, where she competed in a losing effort against Becky Lynch under the ring name Jessie.
As part of The IIconics with Peyton Royce, Kay made her main roster debut on 10 April 2018 episode of SmackDown attacking then SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair.