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The WWE has been around for decades, but it seems as if this new generation of talents continues to hit milestones and make history. This week, an impressive record was broken during an NXT episode. Read more, below.

Female WWE Talent Breaks “All-Time” Record

This week, an NXT female talent did something quite extraordinary signally a bright future with the company. During NXT’s main event, a new number-one contender was crowned for the Women’s Championship.

During the battle royal bout, Thea Hail fought many incredible fellow talents to become the last woman standing in the ring. Hail jumped on Twitter to celebrate.

She also let her fans know that at the age of 19 years old, she’s the youngest number-one contender, female or male, in the company’s history. Prior to wrestling, Hail trained in gymnastics for 11 years.

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She’s also a six-time state champion in vault. Before entering the WWE, she wrestled in a number of indie promotions, as well as AEW Dark performing as “Nikita Knight.

Thea was trained by the Stronghold Wrestling Academy. In March 2022, Thea signed with the WWE.

Her debut match took place on April 8, 2022, on NXT Level Up. She faced Ivy Nile and unfortunately was defeated.

While a date for a match has not been announced as of yet, she will face current NXT Women’s Champion Tiffany Stratton at some point. Hail beat off the likes of Jacy Jayne, Lyra Valkyria, Cora Jade, Dana Brooke, and Roxanne Perez to win the battle royal.

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The final four came down to her, Fallon Henley, Kiana James, and Jade Brooke. Out of nowhere, Thea successfully eliminated both Brooke and Jade to shatter the company’s history books and become the youngest number-one contender, ever.

What comes next for Thea Hail? Only time will tell.