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WWE Explores Options for Top Japanese Star Giulia

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WWE is rumored to be interested in signing Japanese pro wrestler Giulia, but any potential move to the company is still several months away. Giulia is currently under contract with Bushiroad, the promotion she currently competes for, until March of next year. According to Dave Meltzer, a well-known figure in the pro wrestling industry, Giulia may make a trip to the WWE Performance Center, but any potential tryout or training stint is unlikely to happen before her contract with Bushiroad expires. Meltzer notes that Giulia’s schedule is already booked for the remainder of the year, and that she is set to appear at a show in San Jose, California in January.

While Giulia’s future with WWE is still uncertain, Meltzer suggests that there is a possibility that she could join the company in March, should her contract with Bushiroad be released or expired. However, Giulia would need to obtain permission from Bushiroad to leave the company, and it is unclear why they would grant her permission at this time. Meltzer also notes that Giulia’s signature stiff move set may need to be toned down if she were to join WWE, as the company tends to prefer a more loose and stylized approach to in-ring performance.

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Despite these obstacles, Giulia is said to be a rising star in the Japanese pro wrestling scene, and many believe she has the potential to become a top talent in the industry. Her rumored match against Mercedes Mone in Japan has generated a significant amount of buzz, and it will be interesting to see how her career unfolds in the coming months.

It’s worth noting that WWE has a history of poaching top talent from other promotions, and Giulia’s signature style and talent may make her an attractive addition to the company. Only time will tell what Giulia’s future holds, but it’s clear that she is a highly sought-after talent in the pro wrestling world.

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