– On February 10 in Coral Springs, Florida, Celeste Bonin (aka Kaitlyn in WWE), will make her return to the ring after a four-year hiatus. The former Divas Champion will be appearing for Coastal Championship Wrestling.
In July 2010, Bonin signed a developmental contract with WWE without having wrestled a single match. Later that year, she competed in and won the all-female third season of NXT, thus earning a spot on the main roster. She won the Divas Championship in January 2013 and held the title for five months before retiring in January 2014. After parting ways with WWE, focused on fitness and a clothing line. Over the past few months, Kaitlyn has been posting photos of her training in the ring.
I Fucking love this picture. It’s truly worth a thousand words. I decided to start training in the ring again because it made me feel…. like me again. This isn’t for some great comeback or for fame or accolades. It’s for me. @pablomarquez94 has had an incredible impact on me and he welcomed me with open arms to his school and his world. I come a few times a week and I stay for hours. I miss the business and all the weird shit about it. Through my divorce, I lost a part of myself and went through some super fucked up stuff. I wouldn’t want to wake up some days and I just pretended it was all a nightmare. Well…. it turns out that’s not a thing. I’m 31. I have a business. It’s my decision to to wake up everyday and do some great shit. It also turns out that getting back in the ring…. inspires me. It is a symbolic representation of my life. “Tell a story. Make people believe in you. Help people relate to you. Help them feel your pain and let them connect it to their own personal struggle.” _________________________________________________ Tell your story. We’re all fighting the same fight. #maineventtrainingcenter #prowrestling #therapy
– After signing with Bellator MMA, former WWE Superstar Jack Swagger has been training with Batista at Ybor City Jiu-Jitsu Club in prepration for his debut. Swagger gave Batista a shiner during a training session on Thursday, as seen below.
– The Great Muta celebrates his birthday on Saturday as the Japanese wrestling legend turns 55 years old.