Giulia’s WWE Debut May Face a Slight Delay

Giulia's WWE Debut May Face a Slight Delay

Giulia’s WWE Debut May Face a Slight Delay – Giulia’s anticipated debut at the WWE Performance Center may face a slight delay, according to the latest report from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter by Dave Meltzer.

Initially slated to join the WWE Performance Center in late June or early July, with plans to compete at NXT Heatwave on July 7th, it now seems that her arrival may be postponed. While the specific championship she would contend for at the event remains uncertain—whether it’s the NXT Women’s Title or the NXT North American Women’s Title—insiders in Japan and Marigold, where Giulia hails from, suggest a later start date for her WWE journey.

Meltzer noted, “Those close to her also say she will not be starting that soon, and all the necessary paperwork for her, her mother, and her boyfriend, who are moving with her to Florida, has to be completed for her to be in NXT full-time.”

While visa restrictions differ between Canada and the US, Giulia could still potentially participate in the show despite the setback. Additionally, it’s common practice for wrestlers to mislead regarding their start dates with WWE, as instructed by the company, which could explain the discrepancy in timing.

In a regrettable turn of events, Giulia sustained a right wrist injury during a recent match, adding another layer of uncertainty to her impending debut in the WWE realm.

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