WWE is holding another Draft, and that could come with a few new faces on the main roster. Plenty of NXT Superstars are in town, and they very well could be a part of the festivities at this point.

As previously reported, Cora Jade and Pretty Deadly are in for the 2023 WWE Draft. PW Insider confirmed in their recent update that they are indeed in Corpus Christi, Texas for the Draft episode.

It was also noted that Roxanne Perez is at SmackDown for the WWE Draft. This is quite interesting, because she just had a very brief run as NXT Women’s Champion before Indi Hartwell won the title.

You can also add former WWE NXT Women’s Champion Roxanne Perez to the list of NXT talents who are currently in Texas.


It was also noted that Bron Breakker was slated to be there, but he has not been spotted at this time. We will have to see if he makes an appearance, because he just dropped the NXT Title after a lengthy run. Now, Breakker is a heel and destroying babyfaces in NXT.

This is very interesting, because Roxanne Perez was in the triple threat title match at Sping Breakin’, but when it was thought that Indi Hartwell was injured and out of the match, Tiffany Stratton was pegged to win the match. Hartwell came back, and they finished the match as planned, but the fact that they didn’t decide to go with Perez for the win might indicate that the powers knew something we don’t.

Just because someone is backstage at the Draft, doesn’t mean they’re getting called up to the main roster. It’s hard to argue that the WWE main roster wouldn’t benefit from that injection of talent.

What’s your take on the 2023 WWE Draft? Do you think Roxanne Perez is going to make it on the main roster? Sound off in the comments!

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