Nia Jax reportedly escapes any heat with Vince McMahon after drawing blood on her debut

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WWE has had an influx of main roster debutants in the past few weeks as they look to build two rosters capable of putting on entertaining shows every single week.

NXT, in particular, has been raided for its talent and there was plenty of surprise when the relatively inexperienced Nia Jax was called up to Raw over the ultra-popular Bayley.

The big Samoan - who is said to be cousins with The Rock - made her debut this past week by squashing 'Britt Baker', who has now been dubbed as a local competitor.

Things didn't go as smoothly as everyone would have hoped, though, when Jax accidentally drew some blood from her opponent with a careless strike.

Ever since blood - or colour, as the wrestling industry calls it - was banned in 2010, chairman Vince McMahon has been extremely hot on the issue and is known to hand out severe fines to anyone who breaks those rules.

However, it is being reported by Ringside News that WWE officials aren’t viewing the minor injury to Baker as a big deal.

It won’t be impacting Nia Jax’s push in WWE. In fact, company officials are just chalking it up to nervous jitters during her main roster debut.

She'll have to be more careful moving forward, as women may be reluctant to work with the powerhouse. There is a little doubt she is the biggest and probably most powerful women in the company and she could legitimately hurt anybody.

Expect the WWE to pay close attention to Jax's work moving forward, but as of this time of writing, her push looks set to remain in tact.

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