A new member of the NXT UK women's division has made their WWE in-ring debut.
On this week's episode of NXT UK, Bobbi Tyler debuted in a loss to Aoife Valkyrie. Tyler is now using the name Stevie Turner in WWE.
Tyler's character has a futuristic gimmick. As she was entering for her NXT UK debut match, a promo aired with Tyler introducing herself and talking about how she has a habit of taking things to the next level. Tyler said the world is beautiful, but it's very two-dimensional. Tyler said she's four-dimensional.
WWE also uploaded a post-show interview with Tyler reacting to making her NXT UK debut.
The 24-year-old Tyler is from London, England and has been wrestling since 2016. Revolution Pro Wrestling and Stardom are among the promotions she's wrestled for during her career. She was part of the Tokyo Cyber Squad in Stardom.
"Simply my life goal achieved," Tyler tweeted on Thursday. "I’ve signed with @WWE & @NXTUK. What a crazy, cool life I live. I love what I do so much & I can’t wait to keep working hard and achieve all my dreams."
The NXT UK women's division also got a new addition with Millie McKenzie, who is now using the name Emilia McKenzie in WWE, arriving on this week's NXT UK episode. It was reported this February that McKenzie had signed with WWE. She previously wrestled for NXT UK multiple times in 2018.
NXT UK Women's Champion Kay Lee Ray & Isla Dawn will face Meiko Satomura & McKenzie in a tag team match on NXT UK: Prelude next Thursday.