WWE has their eyes on the entire pro wrestling world, but it appears that one star may not have signed with the company as first reported. Now, we are on the cusp of finding out what Madi Wrenkowski will do next.

We previously reported via PW Insider that Madi Wrenkowski was recently spotted at the WWE Performance Center, sparking speculation that she may have signed with WWE NXT. Wrenkowski entered the wrestling scene in 2019 and has since competed for various promotions, including Mission Pro Wrestling, Hurricane Pro Wrestling, SWE, among others.

The Wrestling Observer Newseltter noted that, at this time, there is no confirmation that Madi Wrenkowski has inked a deal with WWE. This came after the initial report dropped proclaiming that she signed a contract.

PWInsider first reported that Madi Wrenkowski, 28, was believed to have signed a deal here. We were told afterwards that they could not confirm a deal had been signed and people hadn’t heard that, but she did get very strong reviews from her recent tryout. Wrenkowski had been working for the NWA and she and Missa Kate were tag team champions from 2/12 to 8/27 losing to Kylie Paige & Ella Envy. Wrenkowski started in Texas in 2019 and worked a lot for Thunder Rosa’s Mission Pro Wrestling, and then worked for AEW largely as enhancement talent before going to NWA.

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Madi Wrenkowski made her All Elite Wrestling debut on the December 22nd episode of AEW Dark, where she faced Leyla Hirsch. She has also appeared for AEW on other occasions. It will be interesting to see if she shows up in AEW once again amid these new stories involving her name.

Madi Wrenkowski previously held the NWA Women’s Tag Team Championships as part of M95 alongside Missa Kate, with her last NWA match occurring in August. We will have to wait and see what lies ahead for her in the pro wrestling world. She has a lot of potential, but it doesn’t appear that WWE has secured her just yet.

What’s your take on Madi Wrenkowski’s current contract status? Would she be better off in AEW or WWE? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

H Jenkins

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