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17. Two Powerhouses Added To WWE Mae Young Classic, First Ever Female Indian Wrestler In WWE

WWE announced two powerhouses for the Mae Young Classic – “Alpha Female” Jazzy Gabert (from Germany) and Kavita Devi (First ever female Indian wrestler to perform in WWE). Below is what WWE posted:

– Jazzy Gabert

Representing Germany in the Classic is Jazzy Gabert, a muscle-packed, 6-foot-1 brawler who has wrestled internationally for more than 15 years. A strongwoman and professional MMA fighter outside the ring, the bruising Berliner has achieved her greatest success in Europe and Japan.

Jazzy Gabert - Alpha Female in WWE Mae Young Classic

Jazzy Gabert – Alpha Female in WWE Mae Young Classic

Gabert is a multi-time champion in Japan’s Stardom organization, and she is currently a women’s champion for groups in Germany and Switzerland. In MMA, she has fought under the banners of the Rizin Fighting Federation and IFO Europe.

– Kavita Devi

Kavita Devi is a powerhouse student of former World Champion The Great Khali. Hailing from Jind, Haryana, India, the 5-foot-9 Devi is a top competitor in Khali’s Punjab-based organization, Continental Wrestling Entertainment. She gained the attention of WWE talent scouts at a tryout this past April in Dubai.

Kavita Devi in WWE

Kavita Devi in WWE Mae Young Classic

Kavita Devi - First Indian female wrestler in WWE

Kavita Devi – First female Indian wrestler in WWE

Devi was an accomplished kabaddi player in high school and is also a competitive powerlifter. In 2016, she won gold in the 75 kg weightlifting division at the South Asian Games. Inside the ring, Devi has racked up victories using a head-caving roundhouse kick.

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