NXT has become the breeding ground for world-class talent in
the WWE, recruiting from all parts of the globe. On their Australian tour, WWE
held try-outs in Melbourne (as well as smaller tryouts in Perth and Osaka,
Japan the week prior) in search of the finest Aussie wrestlers from the
Aussies are taking over. We've come a long way from Outback
Jack in the late 80's, an abysmal by-product of the success of Crocodile
Dundee. And let's skip over 2003's Nathan Jones. With Emma holding the
distinction of the first female wrestler in the WWE, the 'Emmalution' did more
than spark a fire under the women's division. She helped open doors for an
influx of Aussie recruits, and 2016 has seen no shortage of true blue Aussies
From Buddy Murphy, to Peyton Royce and Billie Kay, and the
global sensations TM61, the land downunder has been uncovered. With Chris Atkins waiting in the wings, the recent signing of New Zealand's Evie, and rugby player Daniel Vidot confirming a three-year deal, NXT
has quickly become a global brand, and representation is at its most diverse.
the humble abode of this writer, here are 9 Aussie wrestlers WWE could sign.