It appears that not only does WWE have interest in UFC Women’s Bantamweight contender and member of Ronda Rousey’s “Four Horsewomen” group, Jessamyn Duke, they’ve already got television storyline ideas for her ready to go.
Apparently if Duke loses her next UFC bout against Elizabeth Phillips, who she is scheduled to fight on July 25th in Chicago, Illinois, a prospect whom she already defeated via guillotine choke in an amateur bout in 2012, there are already high-profile executives within WWE that are pushing for her to be signed by the company.
Due to the success of Ronda Rousey in the UFC, and ultimately in the mainstream, Triple H in particular is pushing for the idea of WWE using women in the company in a more prominent position, as he feels Rousey proved that women can carry a promotion, or at least be used as high-profile “Superstars.”
For what it’s worth, WWE has already begun copying the “Four Horsewomen” concept, which was actually taken from an old pro wrestling stable centered around the legendary Ric Flair, only altered to feature four women stars in the UFC instead of four men stars in pro wrestling, as they have had four of their “NXT Divas” (Charlotte — who is the daughter of Flair, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch and Bayley) use the four finger hand symbol and other characteristics that would lead one to believe that they are a four-woman group.
According to the latest issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE is talking about bringing in Jessamyn Duke, who was formerly a professional model, to take part in their “WWE Diva Search” contest, which is basically a reality show contest where fans vote on attractive women to become the newest “WWE Diva,” a term used to describe a female wrestler or valet in the promotion.
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