Ivy Nile (Emily Andzulis) made her official NXT debut as she joins the Diamond Mine stable. The stable is made up of all-male talent including Roderick Strong, Hachiman, The Creed Brothers (Julius & Brutus Creed), and manager Malcolm Bivens. Nile originally signed with WWE in January 2020 and she has worked a few NXT Live events.
Although this is Nile’s official debut, she has been seen on WWE programming on a few occasions. She faced Shayna Baszler on the short-lived RAW Underground and was in an NXT Battle Royal in September 2020.
Bivens introduces her as the newest member of the group and says that no one is more determined and no one works harder than Ivy Nile. She hasn’t had a carb since 2005. She previously competed and won the Titan Games. There was no mention of when Nile will have her in-ring debut.
Also on the new first episode of NXT 2.0, Hit Row’s B-FAB made her in-ring debut. Much like Nile, B-FAB had worked NXT Live shows in 2020 but has not had a televised match. She faced Katrina Cortez in a short match. She was victorious and took the mic afterward to address Elektra Lopez and their recent run-in. Lopez attacked B-FAB with a pipe ringside a number of weeks ago. Since then, Lopez has joined Legado del Fantasma.
The two exchanged words and B-FAB wanted to have a match with Lopez right there and then. Lopez seemed ready, but Santos Escobar held her back to indicate that we will have to wait to see these two in a match.
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