Mick Foley praises Eva Marie after impressive NXT debut

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Mick Foley has praised Eva Marie after her debut in NXT earlier this week.

The WWE Hall of Famer was impressed with the diva on twitter after her in-ring return on NXT on Wednesday night.

Eva Marie replied back, thanking the three-time WWF Champion for his praise on her performance.


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Foley isn't the only one impressed with how Eva Marie is doing in the ring, as Brian Kendrick also praised her on WWE.com, saying how much she has improved since they began training.

Eva Marie had recently been training with the former WWE tag team champion in Los Angeles to improve her skills in the ring after being out for six months due to surgery.

He said: "Athletically, a lot of these moves she’s never attempted before. She’s getting better at those.

"It’s her understanding for wrestling, by watching matches and picking them apart, she’s getting an understanding of it real fast."

Eva Marie also announced her new finishing move this week 'Sliced Bread #2', paying homage to Kendrick whose finishing move in the WWE was 'Sliced Bread'. This move is also known as the Shiranui.

The WWE diva also revealed her targets on the WWE YouTube whilst in NXT, the NXT Women's Championship.

From the match she had on NXT, it really does look like she is making strides in her wrestling now she has started training properly.

She was heavily criticised in the past for not knowing how to wrestle, but this could soon all go away after this impressive debut.

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