According to her father, former WWE Superstar Santino Marella, second-generation wrestler Bianca Carelli has been signed by WWE.
While speaking on the Stories with Brisco and Bradshaw podcast, Marella confirmed the signing of his daughter and said she will be reporting to training in Orlando, Fla. shortly. She had previously tried out in 2019 and did not make the cut at that time but was seen again at the most recent tryouts this past December.
“My daughter is starting at the PC in two weeks. She got hired,” Marella said. “She’s a beast, man. She’s going to be an absolute top-tier player. She was identified from a young child. You know, she won her school speeches and she was Ms. Teen Ontario, she’s a television personality and she’s tall and she’s strong.” [h/t – Wrestling Inc.]
He continues, “In a couple of years, I can’t wait to go to WrestleMania just as a parent going to watch their kid. I don’t want to do anything, I don’t want to sign, I don’t want to talk to anybody. I’m just here to watch my kid and I just cannot wait for that. But now. I’ve got a three-year-old and a six-month-old. And this whole new chapter of growing up in the country with like, chickens, it’s a whole [new chapter].”
Carelli has had a handful of matches on the indie scene in 2021. She participated in the highly successful NWA EmPowerrr event last August as one of the 10 women who competed in the inaugural Women’s Invitational Cup that was won by Chelsea Green.
WWE has not officially confirmed the signees from the last set of tryouts.