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Jazzy Gabert & Toni Storm arrive in Florida ahead of WWE’s Mae Young Classic

While medicals for the WWE Mae Young Classic start tomorrow a Jazzy Gabert & Toni Storm alongside Piper Niven have already touched down in Orlando, Florida.

Jazzy Gabert, a muscle-packed, 6-foot-1 brawler who has wrestled internationally for more than 15 years. A strongwoman and professional MMA fighter outside the ring, the bruising Berliner has achieved her greatest success in Europe and Japan.

Gabert is a multi-time champion in Japan’s Stardom organization, and she is currently a women’s champion for groups in Germany and Switzerland. In MMA, she has fought under the banners of the Rizin Fighting Federation and IFO Europe.

Twenty-one-year-old Toni Storm is the first and reigning PROGRESS Women’s Champion in the United Kingdom. Already an eight-year veteran, Storm has carved out a reputation worldwide: Born in New Zealand, raised in Australia and based in the U.K., she wrestled in 13 countries before age 20, capturing championships along the way.

With an aesthetic flair that finds inspiration in ‘80s rock, plus a ring style that is equal parts technical and hard-hitting, Storm looks to impress on her biggest stage yet in the Classic

Both women announced on social media they arrived in Florida and have been photographed hanging out with fellow Mae Young Classic competitors Dakota Kai, Taynara Conti, and Kairi Sane.

Jazzy also attended a few NXT live events over the weekend.

WWE will be taping the tournament on July 13th and 14th this week in Winter Park, Florida at Full Sail University.