Nyla Rose Comments On Final Independent Appearance; Calls The Indies The ‘Backbone’ Of Wrestling
Nyla Rose posted the following comments on Twitter after she made her final independent appearance this past Saturday night. Rose faced off with Jordynne Grace, Penelope Ford and Allie Kat in a fatal 4-Way match at Go Professional Wrestling’s debut event, “Go Big Or Go Home.” After the match on Saturday, Nyla and Ford were presented with flowers, then Nyla cut a promo thanking the fans for their support over the last six years, then shared the following thread last night.
So now that I’ve finally had a minute to sit still and gather my thoughts… I just want to say thank you to all the fans that have been with me till now, new fans just joining the team, every promoter that has booked me, every wrestler that’s shared the ring with me.
Everyone that’s stopped at my merch table to buy something, everyone that’s stopped at my merch tabe to just talk, everyone who’s wanted a picture “real quick” THANK YOU! Last night with @GOProWrestling was my last official independent booking…. for now
I firmly believe that the Indy’s are the backbone to our industry. And many of us are born there and will “die” there in one way or another. So how fitting that as I finish that chapter of my life and start a new one, so does @GOProWrestling. Lastnight they put on a helluva show
And I have no doubt that they will go on to put on more INCREDIBLE shows with insanely talented people, both in the ring and behind the scenes. So to them, I say not only good luck but a special thank you for giving me a night I hope I never forget.
So now that I’ve finally had a minute to sit still and gather my thoughts…
I just want to say thank you to all the fans that have been with me till now, new fans just joining the team, every promoter that has booked me, every wrestler that’s shared the ring with me.
— 🌺💀Nyla Rose💀🌺 (@NylaRoseBeast) September 29, 2019
Nyla Rose will now be going full-time with All Elite Wrestling starting this week; she will face off with Riho to crown the inaugural AEW Women’s Champion on AEW Dynamite’s debut episode this Wednesday.