• Former WWE Wrestler Tyler Reks Is Now A Woman
In a press release made by former WWE wrestler Tyler Reks, he revealed that he is now a woman.
His real name was Gabe Tuft, but now it’s Gabbi Tuft.
You can read it below:
WWE Superstar Ex-Wrestler ‘Tyler Reks’ Gender Reveal From Gabe to Gabbi
“Despite his successes during and after his WWE career, Gabe was still wrestling with a secret persona dwelling deep within him. This is a persona he has been hiding in the loud silence of his soul since childhood.
Finally, with the blessing of his loving wife Priscilla, Gabe is ready to reveal who he really is.
“He” is now known as “She”: A beautiful, wise, witty and wonderful woman called “Gabbi”. Gabbi is about to share her thrilling story of gender transitioning from a former WWE Superstar, Body Builder, Fitness Guru, Motivational Speaker and Motorcycle Racer to a fun-loving and fabulous female.
She has been finally set free and ready to rule her world. This is a story that wrestling and other sports fans, friends and followers must not miss, especially many in the LGBTQ community dealing with challenging transgender issues, who Gabbi and Priscilla are willing to help.
Airing exclusively on Extra on Friday, Feb. 5, 2021.”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (February 4, 2016) – ECW Veteran Passed Away
On this day in 2016, we lost Old School ECW Veteran Axl Rotten (Real name: Brian Knighton) at the age of 44 due to a heroin overdose.
Axl Rotten briefly appeared in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1991, but eventually became famous while wrestling for Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling from 1993 till 1999, most notably feuding with his kayfabe brother Ian Rotten and later teaming up with Balls Mahoney.
His last major appearances were at WWE’s ECW tribute show ‘ECW One Night Stand’ in 2005, as well as TNA’s ECW tribute show ‘TNA HardCore Justice’ in 2010.
† Rest In Peace Axl Rotten
April 21, 1971 – February 4, 2016