Texas based independent wrestler Victoria Gonzalez has been signed by WWE.
Gonzalez had a tryout with the company back in May of 2016 at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida and a year before sent in an audition tape for WWE Tough Enough. She is 6 foot 1 and is a second generation wrestler.
Victoria was a standout in girls basketball care at Hidalgo High where she averaged 22.2 points and 12.3 rebounds per game as a senior in 2009 to lead the Pirates to the Class 3A state semifinals, Gonzalez played two seasons at Texas A&M-Kingsville. She then transferred to Sam Houston State, redshirting one year and playing another before graduating in 2013.
She trained with the Galvans in Corpus Christi, with Richard Aleman in San Antonio, with George de la Isla at America’s Academy of Pro Wrestling in Austin, and with Rudy Boy Gonzalez of the Texas Wrestling Academy, formerly the Shawn Michaels Wrestling Academy, in San Antonio.