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WWE sets sights on Jinny?

After reports speculated that Toni Storm is on WWE’s radar, now sites are saying Jinny is another top prospect for the company’s expansion into the UK.

ITV was again taping for their World of Sport revival last week, and it inspired another round of WWE trying to lock up top UK talent for their brand, according to Wrestling Observer.

The site says Toni Storm, Joe Coffey, Dave Mastiff, El Ligero, Travis Banks, Chris Brookes, Jinny, and Eddie Dennis were in talks with WWE.

Jinny is the first female graduate of PROGRESS Wrestling’s school The Projo. Jinny made her debut in November 2014 cutting a promo on Pollyanna and had her first match in January 2015 at PROGRESS Wrestling Endvr.

She along with Pollyanna were the first two female wrestlers to have a match on a PROGRESS Chapter show in May 2015.

Jinny has wrestled for a variety of promotions such as PROGRESS Wrestling, OTT Wrestling, Revolution Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Chaos, IPW UK, Fierce Females, Empress Pro, SouthCoast Wrestling, VII Pro Wrestling, Plymouth Wrestling Association, Pro Wrestling EVE and more.

Jinny wrestled her first WWE match on March 31st, 2017 during the second day of WWE WrestleMania Axxess, where she was defeated by Toni Storm. She lost a rematch to Storm on the following day of the event.

Jinny will take on Toni Storm at Chapter 69 for the Progress Women’s Championship this Sunday, May 20, 2018

What do you think about this rumor? Do you want to see Jinny in WWE? Sound off in the comments below.

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