In an episode full of fresh faces, last night's NXT 2.0 show saw the Diamond Mine add its first female member in the form of Ivy Nile.
Nile joins Roderick Strong, Hachiman, and the brilliant duo of Brutus and Julius Creed in the Malcolm Bivens-fronted faction. Ivy was formally introduced by Bivens after the Creed Brothers had picked up an easy squash match victory.
In reality, Ivy Nile is the real-life Emily Andzulis. With a background in MMA and fitness, Andzulis first came to prominence as a contestant on the first season of Dwayne Johnson's Titan Games, becoming the first Female Titan Champion.
Andzulis signed with WWE in January 2020 and has also spent time training under the tutelage of Tom Prichard and Glen Jacobs. She made her in-ring debut in February '20, competing at an NXT live event in a six-woman tag bout. For those with a keen eye, the 29-year-old also made an appearance on Raw last August, being featured as one of those up against Shayna Baszler in the Raw Underground setting.
Now, Emily Andzulis is officially Ivy Nile, and her addition to the ever-impressive Diamond Mine is certainly an intriguing move.