Blair Davenport revealed as mystery assailant on NXT

The mystery of who kept attacking the NXT women in the dangerous parking lot at the WWE Performance Center has finally been resolved as Blair Davenport revealed herself to be the one causing mayhem.

The identity of the mystery attacker was hyped to be revealed on last night’s show and Davenport showed up after Dani Palmer cut a promo in the ring demanding the attacker to come forward.

Davenport, a former member of the NXT UK roster, appeared briefly on NXT last year when she was in a triple threat feud with NXT UK Women’s champion Meiko Satomura and NXT Women’s champion Mandy Rose. The three eventually had a triple threat match at Worlds Collide in September, a match which Rose won.

The British star disappeared from WWE television following Worlds Collide and only resurfaced on last night’s show.

In previous months, stars such as Roxanne Perez, Sol Luca, Nikkita Lyons, Wendy Choo, and Dani Palmer were all attacked by the mystery individual.

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