Madi Wrenkowski Says She'd Love To Sign With WWE If Opportunity Presented Itself & It Worked For Her

Madi Wrenkowski would be open to signing with WWE if the situation was right.

Wrenkowski, who is currently one half of the NWA World Women's Tag Team Champions, is one of the most popular names in all of independent wrestling. Aside from her work in the NWA, Wrenkowski also wrestled for AEW, Ring Of Honor, River City Wrestling, Mission Pro Wrestling, and MCW throughout the duration of 2023.

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While speaking to The A2TheK Wrestling Show for a recent interview, Wrenkowski was asked about her interest in signing with WWE in the future, which would limit her from working in numerous promotions like she currently does.

“Yeah, of course. All of my doors are open. I would definitely tie myself down to a company if the opportunity presented itself and it worked for me. If it was presented and worked [for me], I would definitely love to be at WWE. I think as much as people sometimes like to talk poorly of it, that is the company that ultimately made us all fall in love with this sport. I will forever hold that company very high, especially with the minds like Regal & Triple H behind the product. So yeah, I’d like to go there."

In a previous interview, Wrenkowski discussed working for a number of major promotions. Fans can learn more by clicking here.

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