Sol Ruca showed tremendous potential at the WWE tryouts and was offered a developmental contract last year. The NXT Superstar is currently one of the highlights of the weekly television show as well. Now it appears that she was attacked by a mysterious person in a recent video.

The young NXT upstart is known for her solid in-ring skills and never give up attitude. Ruca’s incredible athleticism has also managed to grab eyeballs all the time. She has certainly impressed fans since her debut and they believe the sky is truly the limit for her.

Anywhere outside of the WWE Performance Center has slowly become a very dangerous place for NXT Superstars as of late, as they always manage to get blindsided by some unknown assailant from time to time.

In a new video shared by the NXT Anonymous Twitter account, Sol Ruca was being followed while she confirmed some plans to go to the beach with Dani Palmer. Ruca then walked off and was immediately attacked by an unknown person waiting for her.


Dani Palmer ran outside to check on her friend shortly after the attack ended and immediately called for medical assistance. The person shooting the video was not seen by Palmer, Sol Ruca or even the attacker.

Sol Ruca is not the first female NXT Superstar to be attacked in this manner, as even Nikkita Lyons suffered the same fate in the NXT parking lot. Wendy Choo also suffered an attack in the parking lot but has since returned to in-ring competition. We’ll have to see whether Sol Ruca will be out of action for a long time.

What’s your take on Sol Ruca being attacked? Do you have any idea who might have done it? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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