“American Ninja Warrior” competitor Kacy Catanzaro has officially reported to WWE’s minor league system, NXT.
The “Maze Runner” stuntwoman is currently working out in the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, and is poised to make her debut.
In 2014, Catanzaro became the first woman to successfully scale the warped wall on the NBC obstacle course. She is also a former Division I gymnast and two-time member of “Sports Illustrated’s” Fittest 50 list of the world’s best female athletes.
Catanzaro attended WWE’s 32-woman Mae Young Classic tournament last summer, when her signing was unveiled.
The 5-foot-2 future WWE Superstar (assuming all goes well) first stepped into a wrestling ring last January, when she was a guest of the Performance Center.
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Every WWE Champion Ever, Ranked by Number of Reigns (Photos)
From Buddy Rogers to Kofi Kingston, here are all the guys from the old WWWF and WWF days — and beyond
Pro-wrestling championship belts change hands (or waists) like grapplers change trunks these days, though it wasn't always that way. With a few titles on the line Friday at "Super Showdown" -- including Kofi Kingston's WWE Championship -- TheWrap decided to grace the Internet with a little history lesson. Scroll through our gallery to see every WWE Champion ever, ranked by their numbers of title reigns.
Remember: this is a list of those who won the WWWF Championship, the WWF Championship or the WWE Championship. So don't come after us, Universal Champions, et al.
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