Taylor WildLooks like professional wrestling career is starting a new chapter.
According to a new report by PWInsider.com, Wild is officially returning to Impact Wrestling. Wild (Santelle Taylor) is a former WWE development talent and multi-time TNA title holder. She holds the knockout title on one occasion and is also a two-time knockout tag team champion. Wild’s TNA run from 2008 to 2011 before her retirement. Since then, she has become a full-time firefighter and lives with her family in Canada.
No other details were given about her character.
This summer, Taylor Wilde’s wrestling return came in the form of her new podcast Wild On. WrestleMania spoke to her In July and March, she revealed that she had plans to return to the ring with Impact Wrestling. Wild was initially rumored to be appearing on Tampa’s “TNA: There’s No Place Like Home” program, but she said she was the only one who agreed to appear at a lockdown event in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. On March 28th.
“Truth be told, Impact, I have a lot of history with people who have worked at TNA in the past, it’s like a trying situation for both of us. I know I love wrestling and I’m glad to be back in the ring, but it’s been a long time. So, to make sure it’s what I really want, ”Wilde said,“ if I was really in it it would go away. There is the simple fact that I am Canadian and these are American dates, so there is a lot of paperwork. So Windsor, all of these seemed like a good fit. ”COVID-19 eventually caused Impact wrestling To cancel a number of live events, including a TNA branded event and a lockdown on Windsor. Wilde said there were a number of issues as to why she was only doing the lockdown event, one of which was the closure of the United States and Canadian borders due to quarantine measures. Wild said she may have traveled back to the United States as a necessary laborer, but she did not want to be away from her family and community because of quarantine measures.
“When they open, I’m able to travel as an important worker, but the problem is that I still need an American work visa,” Wilde said. “And I’m a frontline worker. I’ll lose my job. This is nonsense in all respects. “