SAnitY debuts at Smackdown non-televised live event

SAnitY, the trio consisting of Eric Young, Killian Dain, and Alexander Wolfe, made their main roster debut at a non-televised live event in Waco, Texas.

The arrival of SAnitY on Smackdown was announced during the Superstar Shake-Up episode the week after WrestleMania and they were one of the handful of Superstars called up from NXT. But since then, none of them appeared on the main roster, not even during house shows, until last night.

In their first match, they lost to Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows via disqualification after Dain interfered in the match and the ref called for the bell.

In NXT, they were also joined by Nikki Cross but Cross was left behind and will wrestle for the NXT Women’s title at NXT Takeover: Chicago II against Shayna Baszler.

SAnitY won the NXT Tag Team titles at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III after they defeated The Authors of Pain in August of last year. Their reign as champs lasted four months, losing the titles to The Undisputed Era in December.

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