Former WWE Superstar Tyler Reks came forward about her transition into Gabbi Tuft last year, and she has received a ton of support for her move since day one. Tuft eventually asked for her release from WWE, as she simply wanted to spend more time with her family. Tuft has certainly had a lot of growing pains when it came to her transition, but she has come far. In fact, Tuft decided to show off her 14-month transition journey.

It was previously said that Gabbi Tuft felt like she escaped from prison when she revealed that she was transitioning into being a woman. Tuft relieved a ton of support from people all over the world, especially from his wife, Priscilla.

Gabbi Tuft’s transition has been a wonderful, yet difficult, experience for her, as she continues to inspire many people. In fact, Tuft took to her Instagram and uploaded a video of herself, where she showed off her 14-month transition journey.

Transitioning doesn’t happen overnight…

There’s 14 months difference here but I’m a total of a year and two months into my transition, with a long way to go still.

No makeup, no filter, still swollen from surgery, and my nose is taped but I couldn’t on this video.

The more I look back, the more I’m astounded at where I started. And the first clip, wasn’t even where I started…

That one’s coming soon.



Gabbi Tuft also recently had cosmetic surgery and the results speak for themselves. Tuft also had her fair share of haters and transphobes, but she has never let them bring her down. We will continue to applaud Tuft’s journey and hope she continues to achieve her dreams. You can check out her post below.

What’s your take on Tuft’s transformation? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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