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Gabbi Tuft, formerly known as WWE star Tyler Reks, publicly announced her transition a few years ago. After requesting her release from WWE in 2012, she has not competed in a professional wrestling match for nearly a decade. However, that is about to change as she prepares to make her return to the ring this week.

 


 

In 2023, Gabbi Tuft revealed her intention to stage a comeback to pro wrestling after an absence of over 11 years. She confirmed receiving medical clearance earlier this year and began training for her return since January.

Tuft took to Twitter recently to announce her comeback match with West Coast Pro on June 25th at an event titled “Killin’ Them Softly.” The identity of her opponent for this match has not been disclosed yet.

The event is scheduled to take place at Irvine Improv, Irvine Spectrum, CA, starting at 7:30pm. Tuft’s announcement indicates that everything is proceeding according to plan, and fans are urged to stay updated for further details.

Her tweet also included additional information about the event and its broadcast plans, noting that the match will be filmed for later airing on West Coast Pro Wrestling and United Wrestling Network outlets, including YouTube and Triller TV, as well as on over 125 TV stations nationwide.

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