New developmental Diva Britani Knight could be on TV, according to her parents. Knight started at FCW this month and her mother, wrestler Sweet Saraya, said that she’ll be on TV soon.
“I’m heart-broken she’s left home but happy she’s there. She’s a bit homesick but it looks like she’ll be picked to be on TV soon. She is the first 19-year-old girl from Europe to venture into FCW, and I think they’ll fast-track her.”
WWE reportedly has an internal policy against bringing developmental wrestlers to TV until they’re 21; it remains to be seen if they will hold to that for Knight.
UK women’s wrestler Britani Knight (real name Saraya-Jade Bevis) made her WWE developmental debut at Thursday night’s FCW show in Tampa.
Knight competed in a battle royal under the name Saraya, a play off her mother’s ring name, Sweet Saraya.
Knight signed a WWE developmental contract in the fall of 2011 after receiving two tryout matches.
At 19 years old, Britani Knight is one of the youngest (if not the youngest) divas to be signed to WWE.
For more on Knight’s road to becoming a WWE diva, check out our official Britani Knight news page.