Superstar Profile: Emma

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Superstar Profile: Emma

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Emma burst onto the scene in WWE NXT as a bubbly mat specialist with an awkward dance move that captured the hearts of the NXT Universe, not to mention Santino Marella. Emma flirted with championship gold numerous times, most notably in an NXT Women’s Title Match against Paige at NXT ArRIVAL that set an early benchmark for the female athletes of the next generation.

Even so, every bubble has to burst, and Emma proved later on in her career that she wasn’t all fun and games. The Australian beauty made her return to NXT with a new, grittier attitude, before arriving back in WWE to shake up the Women’s division once more. Dance or no dance, this beauty from Down Under won’t stop until she’s a head above the rest of the pack.

(source: WWE)

  • Finishing moves
    • Diving crossbody— 2014; used as a signature move thereafter
    • Emma Lock (Muta Lock, preceded by a hair-pull stomp to the opponent’s back)
    • Michinoku Driver II— 2016–present
    • Running big boot, to a bent over opponent — Independent circuit; used as a signature move in NXT / WWE
    • VenEmma (Right–handed thrust to the opponent’s throat or face, with theatrics)— 2014; adopted fromSantino Marella
  • Signature moves
    • Bodyscissors, sometimes transitioned into a pin
    • Dil-Emma (Rope hung Boston crab)
    • Double underhook suplex, sometimes into the ring turnbuckle
    • Emma-mite Sandwich (Running crossbody, to an opponent seated in the corner)
    • Emma-plane (Airplane spin) – 2014
    • Full nelson
    • Hair-pull snapmare, sometimes done repeatedly in succession or preceded by a shoot kick to the opponent’s back
    • Low dropkick, to the head, side, midsection, front or back of a bent over, kneeling or seated opponent
    • Multiple shoot kicks, to the back of a tree of woe hung opponent
    • Rope hung rolling wheel kick
    • Somersault arm wringer evasion, transitioned into a modified sitting armbar stretch
    • Short-arm clothesline
  • Wrestlers managed
    • Carlo Cannon
    • Dylan Knight
    • Dan Myers
    • Scotty Mac
    • Stephen James and Foxx
    • Santino Marella
  • Nicknames
    • “The Dancing Queen”
  • Entrance themes
    • “Feedback” by Janet Jackson (Independent circuit)
    • “#Emmalution” by Brian Randazzo (NXT/WWE; 2013–2015)
    • “Chemical Mind” by Jason Davis (NXT; May 27, 2015 – July 22, 2015)
    • “Real Deal” by CFO$ (NXT/WWE; 1 July 2015–present)

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