WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix moves on from the WWE NXT advertising team.
Phoenix took to Twitter today to announce that Sunday’s WarGames event will be her last night on NXT comments with Vic Joseph and Wade Barrett. She confirmed she will remain a part of WWE, but she steps away from the weekly WWE concert to spend more time with family.
Phoenix thanked Joseph, Barrett, Nigel McGuinness, Tom Phillips, Mauro Ranallo, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, and Michael Cole. She also said the brand will always be a part of her.
“Prior to WarGames, I wanted to share that this Sunday will be my last night on NXT,” she wrote. “While remaining part of the WWE, I have chosen to step away from the weekly broadcast booth to spend more time with my family. This was not an easy decision as I have loved my three plus years and 135 episodes with NXT and am incredibly proud of the brand. I will forever be grateful to Vic Joseph, Wade Barrett, Nigel McGuinness, Tom Phillips, Mauro Ranallo, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Michael Cole and my entire NXT family both in and out of the ring for the amazing opportunity. NXT will always be a part of me, and Aunt Betty will always be a part of NXT. Leave the porch light on for me! “
Phoenix, who is married to WWE Hall of Famer Edge, joined the NXT commentary team on May 15, 2019. She recently entered the country music industry and released her “Stone Rose & Bone” debut EP on November 12th.
Stay tuned for more on Phoenix. You can see her full announcement below:
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