Saraya’s 10-Year-Old Nephew Makes Pro Wrestling Debut

Despite her relatively young age of 31, Saraya is arguably one of wrestling’s most accomplished female stars. The British native began wrestling at just 14 years old and went on to capture her first championship in WWE, the NXT Women’s Championship, six years later at the age of 20 – becoming the youngest women’s champion in WWE history in the process. Since then, she has captured the Divas Championship twice and most recently the AEW Women’s World Championship at Wembley Stadium this past August.

Saraya comes from a family of professional wrestlers and despite the accomplishments of both herself and her brothers, it looks like the family legacy isn’t ending anytime soon. Her older brother Zak took to X to share a video of his 10-year-old son, Kayden, making his professional wrestling debut at a recent show by World Association of Wrestling, the promotion run by their family.

The video shows various highlights from Kayden’s first match including him hitting a fireman’s carry driver, a middle rope corner armdrag, and even picking up the win for his team with a splash. The match was also for the promotion’s tag team championship and as a result of their win, Kayden and his dad captured the titles in the former’s very first wrestling match. However, it seems the two vacated the belts just a day later as former champions The Staff regained the titles just a day later without beating Zak and Kayden.

Kayden’s debut also got the attention of his aunt Saraya, who congratulated him on X: “My nephew made his debut! Let’s go buddy! Auntie Raya is so proud!”

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