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Scarlett Bordeaux was released from her WWE contract, last year alongside her boyfriend Karrion Kross. WWE used the COVID-19 budget cut term while letting them go but it was surprising as these two had so much potential as a tandem. She didn’t let that release, get her down as she continued to get plenty of attention and some big press during her post-WWE days.

The opportunities continue to arrive for the host of the Smoke Show who is living her life to the fullest as WWE won’t have to approve all of her endorsements, anymore. The recent opportunities for Scarlett included a magazine cover.

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Ex WWE NXT Star Scarlett Features In Her First Ever Magazine Cover 1

As noted on social media, the former WWE NXT star has landed her first-ever magazine cover with the new issue of Fitness Gurls. The February/March issue of the Canadian Magazine will be released on Monday in print and digital and it will have Scarlett Bordeaux on the cover. As seen in the released shot, the female talent was looking absolutely stunning than ever.

Scarlett is capitalizing on new opportunities

Before this, another former WWE NXT star Chelsea Green landed her first-ever magazine cover with the new December/January issue of Fitness Gurls, which was released online and at newsstands, this week. As of now, Scarlett will continue to get some mainstream attention via this cover feature while she will make her in-ring return in February at WrestlePro’s “Killer Instinct” in Rahway, New Jersey.

Ex WWE NXT Star Scarlett Features In Her First Ever Magazine Cover 2

As noted above, WWE released Scarlett Bordeaux and her fiancée Killer Kross last year in November, along with 16 other talents. The duo is booked for several other events that include WrestleCon 2022, Baltimore Celebfest, and WrestlePro Alaska’s 3rd Anniversary Show.

During a recent appearance on Oral Session Podcast with Renee Young, Scarlett has the following to offer about the recent changes around NXT,

“It’s different. I’ll say this. It maybe feels a bit more sterile compared to what it was for me. We understand why they’re trying to appeal to the largest market and we want it to do well. I prefer the old grungy underground NXT personally. I just think there’s a lot of really talented, awesome people in that company. We want to see our friends do well.”

Arindam Pal

A WWE writer passionate about the sports.