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Edris Enofé Aiming To Become Epitome Of Excellence

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Since the rebrand of WWE NXT in September 2021 we have seen many fresh faces every Tuesday night. On what is now WWE NXT 2.0 we see current and future stars that put together an incredible and diverse roster. Talent such as Carmelo Hayes, Bron Breaker, Indi Hartwell, Wes Lee, Malik Blade, Roxanne Perez, Xyon Quinn, Solo Sikoa, and many more. One of those new faces has been the U.S. Navy veteran Edris Enofé.

A graduate of the Level Up Pro Wrestling School, Edris would learn from many trainers, coaches and other athletes, such as B-Boy, Mike Camden, Michael Hopkins, Jordan Cruz, Hunter Freeman and many more. In a short amount of time Edris’ confidence quickly grew and learnt so much as both an athlete and performer. All making him ready for his opportunity.

His first appearances for the live crowd at Level Up Pro Wrestling, saw Edris in the corner of one of the best talents in the promotion, Michael Hopkins. They would create a number of entertaining moments throughout their time together. Whilst new, Edris was able to gain experience, knowledge and help grow his confidence working with Hopkins.

On September 4th, 2021 Edris made his in-ring debut against Jordan Cruz at Level Up: Remember The Name. Going back and forth in a hard hitting match for a little over 20 minutes. Whilst not coming away with the win, he had a great debut giving everything he had and one of the matches of the night in the process.

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During SummerSlam week 2021 in Las Vegas, throughout August 18-20 he would take part in a tough, gruelling tryout for the WWE. Three days of learning, training and hard work, all in effort to earn themselves an opportunity with the WWE. At the end, Edris’ hard work would pay off as he was among the 12 hand picked recruits to get the opportunity to train at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, thus beginning his journey into the WWE.

In just over three months WWE fans around the world got their first chance to see Edris Enofé on TV. As he made his debut on the November 19th episode of 205 Live against his now tag-team partner on NXT 2.0, Malik Blade. That wouldn’t be all fans would see of him, as a little over a week later on November 30th Edris would make his debut on the NXT 2.0 brand, having an incredible debut match against Solo Sikoa.

In January of this year, as part of the 2022 WWE NXT Men’s Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Edris would partner alongside fellow NXT 2.0 star Malik Blade for the first time. They would quickly become a team that everyone loved watching.

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Edris and Blade would go on to make it out of the first round as they would defeat Legado del Fantasma. A favourite amongst the fans, they would unfortunately be unsuccessful in the second round of the three round tournament. As they would put up a great contest with MSK, who would later be the eventual runners up to The Creed Brothers. 

After showing their chemistry together as a team Edris and Blade have become one of the many highlights every time they’re featured on NXT 2.0 and NXT Level Up. Determined to be one of the top teams on the brand, they always give everything they’ve got and leave the fans wanting more.

Straight from the beginning Edris Enofé has showcased his talent and potential for the NXT audience to see. His hard work, dedication and commitment is second to none as he looks to continue his progress. He always goes out proudly representing his Nigerian heritage every time he steps in the ring and never disappoints. Doing everything he can to ne the epitome of excellence in all of WWE.

Checkout Edris Enofé and the rest of the incredible roster on WWE NXT 2.0 Tuesdays at 8/7c on USA Network!

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