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Taya Valkyrie says 10-year journey has reached its end goal with WWE signing

Kira Magnin-Forster, better known to wrestling fans as Taya Valkyrie, posted on social media how her decade-long journey in this business always had an end goal, and that was to be part of WWE.

“You know how badly I have wanted this. I’ve sacrificed and dedicated my life to this. Moved across continents, learned languages, immersed myself in new styles, cultures and experiences with the over all goal of making it one day to the WWE,” Valkyrie wrote in a long post.

She said that today, her dream has come true after WWE announced her as part of the latest Performance Center class. “I promise to work harder than I ever have, to show the world who I am as a performer and human being. I love my life and take absolutely nothing for granted. I’m hungrier than I have ever been and now the work begins.”

Valkyrie thanked everyone who supported her and “to those that don’t like me…welp, too bad I know my worth, my talent and I will always strive to be better.”

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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