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Final member of the Four Horsewomen Jessamyn Duke makes her in-ring debut in NXT Largo

Earlier this summer, Marina Shafir debuted in Largo, Florida on July 26th. The final member of the Four Horsewomen finally debuted at the recent NXT Largo, as Jessamyn Duke joined Shafir and former NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler took on Deonna Purrazzo, Io Shirai, and NXT Women’s Champion Kairi Sane in a six-woman tag team match.

The WWE has been working on a supposed Four Horsewomen vs Four Horsewomen match for some time now, and though Charlotte and Becky Lynch are in the middle of a heated rivalry, it’s rumored that the WWE will go forward with this match at Survivor Series.

A devastating trio may have just been unleashed on the NXT Women’s division, as Baszler looks to lead her friends on a dominant path in the WWE.

The Three Horsewomen would defeat their opponents while Baszler tapped out Deonna Purrazzo, while Shafir and Duke prevented the other two from making the save. We’re three months away from Survivor Series, as the PPV takes place on November 16. Will the WWE actually attempt to bring Baszler, Duke, and Shafir up in time for the match? It seems rushed, but if the goal is to use Ronda Rousey for this, that might be the company’s only chance.


  • That’s definitely the right way to go, but WWE has a habit of being hasty with things like this. Let’s just hope for the best here.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    They dont need to call them up. If they’re doing it, then I’d keep it as a main roster vs NXT thing as well.