WWE News: Former Divas Champion Kaitlyn Achieves Milestone In Africa
Former WWE Divas Champion Kaitlyn recently achieved an incredible history by becoming champion on an African Wrestling promotion. She became the inaugural name to win the title offered by the promotion.
The significance of this title win is that she became the first female title-holder from this part of the world that could eventually lead her to more success.
As reported by wrestlingINC.com, Slamforce Africa event took place for the first time at the University of Pretoria in Pretoria, South Africa. Former WWE Divas Champion Kaitlyn (real-name Celeste Bonin) became the first Slamforce Africa Women’s Champion. As mentioned earlier, it was the promotion’s first event, which streamed on FITE TV. So the US fans could actually watch the win on TV.
Kaitlyn faced off against a newly signed female wrestler from Impact Knockout division, Katie Forbes and South African wrestler Black Widow in a triple threat to win the title. This is the first major win of her career following the end of her WWE career in 2014. It will be interesting to see how the promotion uses this popular name on their roster who can bring attention on behalf of them.
In case you have followed the WWE career of Kaitlyn, you will be aware that she was the winner of the inaugural NXT season for the female superstars. Thereafter, WWE promoted her to the main roster which led her to the Divas Championship win.
The rivalry between her and AJ Lee will always remain a benchmark one during an era where the women superstars received the least importance.
So WWE Universe thought that she’d eventually be a cornerstone Diva for the company. However, she focused more on her personal life and decided to walk away from the limelight. On what could be the peak time of her career, Kaitlyn decided not to re-sign with WWE.
After being away from WWE for over four years, she returned to compete at the 2018 Mae Young Classic by defeating Kavita Devi in the first round. But then she lost to Mia Yim in the second round and lost the chance to sign a new contract with the WWE.
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