former Nia Jax, a WWE Superstar, announces a new ring name following her departure

An ex-WWE superstar, Nia Jax, has announced her return to the sport under a new ring name and a new look.

According to Sai Mohan of Wrestling Inc., Jax’s real name is Savelina Fanene, but she prefers to be referred to as “Lina.” by her friends and family members.

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In an Instagram post the day after her release from WWE, Jax revealed that she had recently taken a leave of absence from the company to focus on her mental well-being.

There was “so much” that she had to deal with that she had to take a break from her work, “and so I did,” she wrote in her blog post.

former Nia Jax, a WWE Superstar, announces a new ring name following her departure
former Nia Jax, a WWE Superstar, announces a new ring name following her departure

This information is currently unavailable about Fanene’s upcoming wrestling match. A 90-day non-compete clause is standard in WWE contracts for newly released talent. A promotional appearance is scheduled for January 26, if that is the case.

In 2014, at the age of 37, he signed with WWE for the first time. She spent two years on the NXT developmental roster before being drafted to the main roster in the 2016 WWE Draft.

With Shayna Baszler, Jax won and shared the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship three times.

Jim Ross has announced that he will be taking time off from AEW to undergo treatment for skin cancer

Jim Ross will be out of the ring for a brief period of time while undergoing radiation treatment for skin cancer.

Ross, 69, announced his diagnosis of cancer in October and plans to return to AEW Dynamite on December 29. Regarding his podcast, Grilling JR (via Marco Rovere of Wrestling Inc.), JR admitted that future treatment may interfere with his regular duties on Dynamite.

Ross was the ringside announcer during WWE’s Attitude Era, providing the voice for some of the sport’s most memorable moments. Perhaps one of his most significant prophecies is that humanity will perish from the apex of Hell in a Cell.

Ross left WWE in 2013 to work as an English-language announcer for New Japan Pro-Wrestling. He returned to WWE as an announcer in 2017, but he was only used on a sporadic basis.

Ross signed a contract with AEW prior to the company’s full launch in October 2019.

Since then, Ross has shared a three-man booth with Tony Schiavone and Excalibur.

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