Ember Moon returned to NXT as the mysterious motorcyclist former champion looking to reclaim her former glory after the Women's Championship match at NXT TakeOver 31.

However, there were some on social media who believed that Bo Dallas, the man who participated in the main event of the first-ever live special on WWE Network, NXT Arrival, would be the returning champion.

Speaking with Comic Book, Moon gave Bo Dallas a shout out for providing a red herring for her return and being a good sport about everything.

"Holy crap, like me and social [media] have a love-hate relationship, but for the first time in my career, they showed me so much love," Moon said. "Look, I'm not the best person at social media. I don't think I am, mostly because I'm a hardcore introvert, and I'm just like, 'Oh, I could just watch TV or play a video game. Yeah, why do we gotta take pictures?' It was really cool because the one thing when I returned was, I did not know what the reception would be. There were a couple of people that figured it out, but a lot of people thought it was Bo Dallas's spot."

She continued, "Can I just give a shout out to Bo Dallas real quick for running defense for your girl! I don't even know if he knew it was me, but he started posting, 'Oh, the original NXT champ, if you BOlieve.' I love Bo so much. I don't even know if he knew it was me, but absolutely amazing, thank you, Bo, you're the real MVP."

Ember Moon appears to be on a strong path to success once again in WWE. As for Bo Dallas, he has not been seen on television in almost a year and is not included in the 2020 WWE Draft pool.

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