The Royal Rumble Premium Live Event kicked off with the highly anticipated Women’s Royal Rumble match, and it didn’t disappoint. Surprisingly, Jordynne Grace made her WWE debut as the 5th entrant, sparking excitement among fans. However, the status of WWE’s relationship with TNA (Total Nonstop Action Wrestling) after the Royal Rumble has now been clarified.
During the Royal Rumble, Jordynne Grace had a memorable face-off with Naomi, reigniting their recent rivalry from their time in TNA. Grace put on a strong performance but was eventually eliminated by Bianca Belair.
Despite her appearance at the Royal Rumble, it’s important to note that Jordynne Grace remains under contract with TNA. This suggests that her appearance in the WWE event was likely a one-time arrangement, rather than a sign of an ongoing partnership between the two wrestling promotions.
While WWE featured the first and only Knockouts Triple Crown Champion from TNA, sparking speculation about a potential working relationship, reports from Mat Men’s Andrew Zarian indicate that WWE has stated there is nothing new to report regarding a partnership with TNA Wrestling.
The prospect of a long-term collaboration between WWE and TNA remains uncertain at this time. It’s possible that WWE may continue to utilize TNA talent on a sporadic basis, such as during the Royal Rumble, but the extent of any future cooperation remains to be seen. Time will tell how these developments unfold in the world of professional wrestling.
What do you think of this story concerning the Royal Rumble? Do you feel WWE won’t work in a long-term relationship with TNA Wrestling? Sound off in the comments section below!