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MEET the beautiful Aussie women who want to light a fire under the world of professional wrestling.

Best friends Peyton Royce and Billie Kay are the fresh faced stars in the women’s division of NXT, who tour Australia for the first time in December.

Signed with the WWE since 2015, not only are the duo the second and third female wrestlers to join the powerhouse franchise, but they have set some lofty goals for themselves.

“I have a few. And by a few I mean a lot,” Kay told

“There’s so many things I want to achieve in WWE and NXT.

“I would love to be the NXT women champion. I would love to debut on RAW and SmackDown and be on the main roster.

“I would love to be in the WWE Hall of Fame. I just really, really want to build a career and legacy here in WWE and NXT.”

While they share many of the same goals, there are things they must achieve independently, however, Royce revealed there is something they’d like to achieve together.

One of those things sitting high on Royce’s bucket list is to drive the introduction of a women’s tag team division.

Currently the WWE only has a women’s championship for each show but with the increased presence of female wrestlers, it’s only a matter of time before more gold gets introduced.

“That was the first thing we discussed before we even got to the WWE,” Royce said.

“We wanted to pioneer the women’s Tag Team division.

“That has always been a goal for us and I really think we’re getting close to that point.

“It is possible and I’m positive in time that it can happen.”

Kay had her first wrestling match on her 18th birthday, while Royce started her journey at the age of 16.

Best friends, they walked the same path in their journey to the WWE.

Like something written for a Hollywood movie, the duo predicted their rise from working the indy scene for little more than a hotdog and can of coke to auditioning for a place in the developmental program while the company wasin Melbourne. They’ve done it all together.

“Peyton and I are best friends,” Kay said.

“We went to school together, wrestled together and came over to America together.

“I remember being in a taxi with her and we said to each other that we would do the whole thing together.

“With Emma (who is on RAW) and Peyton and three other Aussies at NXT (Buddy Murphy and Tag Team TM61), we’re proud to represent our country and feel like we have a group.”

Seven weeks after they tried out, they both received the news from WWE that they were being signed. The process of signing the paper work and moving to Florida brought the pair even closer.

“I’m so thankful that I have her,” Royce said.

“The process of just even signing our contract was confusing and such a long process. We’d be talking every day asking where we were up to on the contract or figuring out what to do.

“The visa process is confusing as well. That was probably the hardest part. It took us about nine months to complete the process.

“I get home sick but I didn’t feel homesick because I had her with me and I’m sure it’s the same for her.

“It was a lot easier doing everything together and someone you trust as well.”

This December the NXT brand comes to Australia for the first time in what will be the ladies’ first time wrestling on home soil in a WWE ring.

Royce said it’s a surreal thought to think she’ll walk down the ramp in front of her family and friends in just a few weeks.

“When we had our tryout (to get signed) we had tickets to watch the WWE show,” Royce explained.

“I remember watching (Melbourne’s) Emma make her entrance and thinking I can’t wait for it to be me and walk out in my hometown.

“I’ve dreamt about it since I was nine and I always knew I’d get there. I was eager and excited to be there. Now that I get to do it, it’s mind blowing.”

The Superstars of NXT make their debut in Australia on Thursday, December 8, at Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena. The tour continues in Newcastle, the Gold Coast, Sydney, Canberra and Perth.


Source: FOXsports