After weeks of speculation the WWE, yesterday, finally officially announced that Japanese star Kanna had signed a deal with the organization.
To be known as Kana, the female wrestler will begin her WWE journey in the NXT development environment but there are big expectations for her future.
And ,speaking to SportingNews on her big career move, Kana revealed just why she decided on finally joining the WWE, as well as what Triple H told her when she signed that elusive contract.
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The 33-year-old Asian star has been in the wrestling business for over a decade now and has even had spells on the United States indie circuit. So just why was 2015 the year to embrace WWE?
"I have been in this business for 10 years and have accomplished almost everything there is to accomplish," she explained. "I was looking for a new challenge and when the opportunity came up with WWE, the timing just felt right."
Big things to come
Kana arrives in the WWE at a time when female wrestlers are looking to boost their reputations as a part of the ongoing 'Divas Revoultion.'
One male Superstar who's reputation was key to Kana signing up to WWE though was current
Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events & Creative, Triple H. And, speaking in the same interview, Kana revealed what he he wants to see from her moving forward:
"He has been my favorite WWE Superstar of all time, so it has been amazing to interact with him and get his feedback.
"He told me he was expecting a lot from me, and I want to make him proud."
Just how quickly she is able to match Triple H's clearly lofty expectations remains to be seen. But, with such experience behind her and a new opportunity in front, the WWE Universe is certainly looking forward to seeing what Kana can bring to the women's division in the near future.
WWE fans: Who deserves to be at the head of the Diva Revolution, and can Kana challenge the current roster? Have your say in the comments below...