It’s a monumental night for Alicia Taylor as she steps onto the grand stage of WWE Friday Night SmackDown as the newest addition to the ring announcer team.

Formerly known for her work in WWE NXT, Taylor’s talent and presence have earned her a well-deserved call-up to the main roster.

Prior to her debut on the May 10 episode of WWE Friday Night SmackDown in Wilkes-Barre, PA, Paul “Triple H” Levesque took a moment to share a heartfelt message alongside a backstage photo of the two at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza.

Levesque expressed his confidence in Taylor’s abilities, highlighting her as a true powerhouse and a perfect fit for WWE. He concluded his message by expressing his excitement to collaborate with Taylor once again, emphasizing her rockstar status.


‘If you’re part of the #NXTUniverse, you know what an absolute powerhouse @AliciaTaylorNXT is. She was meant to have a @WWE microphone in her hand, and tonight she makes her debut as an official member of the #SmackDown team. Thrilled to be working together again, rockstar.”

During the broadcast, Corey Graves also acknowledged Taylor’s debut, underscoring the significance of her presence on the show before she kicked off the evening with her ring introductions for the opening match between Nia Jax and Naomi.

With her debut on WWE Friday Night SmackDown, Alicia Taylor marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter in her career, and fans can’t wait to see her shine on the main roster stage. Here’s to many more memorable moments ahead for this talented ring announcer!

What are your thoughts on Alicia Taylor’s debut on WWE Friday Night SmackDown? Do you believe she will bring a fresh energy to the ring announcer team? Let us know in the comments.

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