Nia Jax Looks Unrecognizable In New Photo

Back on November 4th of 2021, the WWE would send shockwaves through the ethos of the WWE universe by releasing several high-profile WWE superstars. Upward to nearly twenty names, including former champions would be let go from their contacts across their multiple brands including former NXT Champions Keith Lee and Karrion Kross. While those standouts were extremely surprising, the one name that caught many eyes was the release of former WWE Raw Women’s Champion, Nia Jax.



Since her release, Jax has kept somewhat of a low profile. She recently would call out the wrestling promotion WES that is founded by the former WWE tag team Authors of Pain for misleading people by believing that she was going to show up for their apparent card. Taking to social media via Twitter, the former Jax would state:’

“I do not know why I am still on this poster, but I will REPEAT myself…I will NOT be at the show. Please do not buy a ticket thinking you will see me perform or get a chance to meet me. I hate that this misleads people!”

However, she recently took to social media via Instagram to share this stunning photo drop. The real-life Lina Fanene looks sensational and unrecognizable as she can be seen in a newly uploaded photo with new pink bangs, plush lips, and of course a make-up game that is simply on point. It can be viewed below. The former WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion would get a lot of encouragement as several former colleagues would react to the post such as Charlotte, Renee Paquette, and Raquel Rodriguez. Outside of those that the ex-Jax has formerly worked with professionally, fans would comment on the post as well. One user going by the name terrancehall88 would comment on the Instagram post by stating: “A goddess in her prime” whereas jamelmerritt would proclaim: “[An] absolute perfect vision of beauty.”

Michael Joseph
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