Emily Andzulis, 27, has been signed to a developmental contract with the WWE according to a report from Squared Circle Sirens. She will be reporting to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida this month.
Andzulis received a WWE tryout back in April of 2019. After the tryout, she started training at the JPWA Academy in Knoxville, Tennesee under the tutelage of WWE Superstar Kane and Dr. Tom Prichard.
The amateur mixed martial artist was a contestant on The Titan Games and is the first female champion of the game which is produced and hosted by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.
She has one fight to her credit, a unanimous decision loss to Shay Holland at Valor Fight 47 in January 2018.
In her full-time job, Adnzulis works as a massage therapist.
Wrestlers signed to developmental contracts are paid on average $50,000 to $150,000 a year. The overall average for those in development is about $80,000. While signed to developmental contracts, wrestlers learns the ropes of the pro wrestling industry. Some may never see any actual television time at all, while others catch the eye of the movers and shakers in the field, and are quickly groomed to become stars.
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