Keyword tag: WWE, Alicia Fox, Nia Jax, African-American Diva Champion, Raw, Florida, Hawaiian
Clash of the Champions Kick-Off 2016: Nia Jax vs. Alicia Fox
Native Hawaiian Nia Jax and Florida-born Alicia Fox performed their gut smashing match for the fans during the Clash of Champions Kick-Off Show on September 25th. According to sources, a few months ago, Nia experienced a matchmaking confrontation with Alicia after one of her wrestling companions received an eye-opening defeat in the debuting 2016 WWE arena.
Alicia Fox AKA Victoria Elizabeth Crawford Fails to Shine in October
Known as a rising brand switcher, the 5 ft. 9"/120 lbs., 34-year old Fox originated as an American model, actress, and a wrestler. Then, pursued her dreams of wrestling in 2006 after acquiring her wrestling training at Ohio Valley Wrestling resulting in signature moves like the Big Boot, Matrix Evasion, Reverse Chinlock, and the Elevated Surfboard Stretch.
Alicia Fox 's Known Brands:
- WWE 's 'SmackDown ' (2008)
- 'ECW ' (2009)
- WWE 'Superstars '
- 'RAW '
- Teaming with the dis-banned 'Team Bella '
According to sources, Fox 's previous wrestler names Victoria Crawford and Tori were replaced in the 'Raw ' brand as the ring Alicia Fox, which debuted on 'SmackDown ' in June 2008 - gaining the WWE Divas Championship earned Fox the first ever shining light as the first African American Diva Champion in WWE history (June 20, 2010 - Fox pinned Maryse at the 'WWE Divas Championship ').
Nia Fox Shows Face as a Winner Over Championship Divas
Debuting Nia Fox aka Savelina Fanene excels under the ring name Nia Jax and continues to be the ace-in-the-hole for her own career in the NX...
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...ad a time stuffing her opponent into the turnbuckle for the brutal wake-up call before dropping Alicia Fox to the mat like a huge bag of oysters.
Overall, the match continues with awesome bailing moves conjoining strategic, mind-blowing hits and blows. But, in the end, Nia Jaz prevails as the victorious 270 lbs. Hawaiian with a mad reputation of remaining perfectly capable of defending her position in the WWE. Furthermore, Alicia Fox needs to readjust her temperament if she plans to make it in the business of WWE. Frankly, the fans loved the match as the crowd went wild again and again. Plus, the arena remained seemingly gorgeous in the
background of black and gold 3-D. Surely, the WWE is here to stay, in order to compete with other brands by featuring additional bouts for these mind-blowing, perpetual cheer-leaders with an attitude – The Clash of Champions (WWE).
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