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Nikki Cross
ring name Nikki Cross, where she performs on the SmackDown brand . Cross previously wrestled on the independent circuit under the ring name Nikki Storm,

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This article is about the professional wrestler. For the retired soccer player, see Niki Cross.

Nikki CrossCross in April 2018Birth nameNicola Glencross[1]Born (1989-04-21) 21 April 1989 (age 29)[1]
Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom[1][2]ResidenceOrlando, Florida, United States[3]Alma materUniversity of Glasgow[4]Professional wrestling careerRing name(s)Nicola Glencross[2]
Nicola Storm[2]
Nikki Cross[5]
Nikki Glencross[6]
Nikki Storm[1][7]Billed height5 ft 2 in (1.57 m)[7]Billed weight118 lb (54 kg)[7]Billed fromGlasgow, Scotland[5]Trained byKillian Dain[4]
Robbie Brookside[4]
Finn Bálor[4]
Johnny Kidd[4]
Paul Tracey[4]Debut20 September 2008[8]

Nicola Glencross[1] (born 21 April 1989) is a Scottish professional wrestler currently signed to WWE under the ring name Nikki Cross, where she performs on the SmackDown brand . Cross previously wrestled on the independent circuit under the ring name Nikki Storm, most notably for Insane Championship Wrestling, Pro-Wrestling: EVE, and Shimmer Women Athletes.

  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Professional wrestling career
    • 2.1 Independent circuit (2008–2015)
    • 2.2 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2014)
    • 2.3 WWE (2016–present)
    • 2.4 Smackdown
  • 3 Other media
  • 4 Championships and accomplishments
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
Early life

Glencross was born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland,[9] and graduated from the University of Glasgow with a Bachelor of Arts in history. She is also a qualified fitness instructor and personal trainer.[1][4] Glencross began watching professional wrestling at 10 years old.[9]

Professional wrestling career Independent circuit (2008–2015)

Glencross began training at Scottish Wrestling Alliance and made her debut for the promotion in September 2008 under the ring name Nikki Storm.[4] She then began working on the British independent circuit, and became a mainstay for promotions such as Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW), where she debuted in February 2010,[7][8] and Pro-Wrestling: EVE, where she held the Pro-Wrestling: EVE Championship three times.[8] In 2013, Storm toured Japan with JWP Joshi Puroresu, and made appearances for World Wonder Ring Stardom in Summer 2015.[4][8] In October 2013, Storm began wrestling for American all-female promotions Shimmer Women Athletes, Shine Wrestling and Women Superstars Uncensored.[8] She has also wrestled for Global Force Wrestling (GFW), Absolute Intense Wrestling (AIW), World Wide Wrestling League (W3L), Queens of Combat, and World Xtreme Wrestling.[2][8]

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2014)

Glencross competed in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA)'s British Boot Camp 2, which began airing in October 2014, in which she was unsuccessful.[1]

WWE (2016–present) See also: Sanity (professional wrestling)

Glencross received a tryout with WWE in London during the autumn of 2015,[10] and in April 2016, she was announced as one of ten signees that had begun training at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.[11] She debuted for NXT on 22 April, during a live event.[12] In August, it was announced during a Facebook live video that she would be competing under the new ring name Nikki Cross.[13] Under the ring name Nikki Glencross, she made her first televised appearance and in–ring debut on the 17 August episode of NXT, where she competed in a six-woman tag team match along with Carmella, and Liv Morgan, in which they defeated Daria Berenato, Mandy Rose, and Alexa Bliss.[6]

Cross with fellow Sanity member Alexander Wolfe during a live event in 2017

On the 12 October episode of NXT, Cross returned as a heel while she was introduced as part of the debuting stable, Sanity, along with Alexander Wolfe, Eric Young, and Sawyer Fulton (who was later replaced by Killian Dain). She and Young accompanied Fulton and Wolfe for their winning effort against Bobby Roode and Tye Dillinger in the first round of the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic.[14] One week later, Cross scored her first televised singles victory over Danielle Kamela, however, the decision was reversed when Cross continued to attack Kamela after the match.[15]

On the 11 January 2017, episode of NXT, Cross came to the aid of NXT Women's Champion Asuka, who was being attacked by Peyton Royce and Billie Kay, before turning on Asuka and attacking her as well.[16] As a result, Cross, Royce and Kay were placed in a four-way match at the NXT TakeOver: San Antonio event on 28 January, which Cross failed to win.[17] On the 3 May episode of NXT, Cross participated in a number one contender's battle royal for Asuka's NXT Women's Championship, where she, Ruby Riot, and Ember Moon were attacked by Asuka for being the last competitors left in the match and as a result, all four of them were placed into a four-way match for the championship on 20 May at NXT TakeOver: Chicago.[18] Moon however was removed from the match after suffering a legitimate injury due to Asuka's attack.[19] At the event, Cross failed to capture the title.[20] On the 14 June episode of NXT, Asuka defended the title in a three-way elimination match once again against both women, where Riot was the first eliminated before it ended in no contest when Cross and Asuka brawled backstage.[21] This led to a Last Woman Standing match between the two women for the NXT Women's Championship, which took place in the main event of the 28 June episode of NXT, where Cross was once again defeated.[22] On 19 August at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III, Cross accompanied and helped Sanity to capture the NXT Tag Team Championships from The Authors of Pain.[23] On the 11 October episode of NXT, Cross participated in a triple threat match against Peyton Royce and Liv Morgan to gain an spot on the fatal four-way match for the vacant NXT Women's Championship at NXT TakeOver: WarGames on 18 November, which she lost following an interference by Taynara Conti.[24] On the 25 October episode of NXT, Cross participated in a battle royal to try qualifying again at TakeOver: WarGames, which she won by last eliminating Billie Kay and therefore qualify on it.[25] At the event, Cross was unsuccessful with Ember Moon becoming the new NXT Women's Championship, and the other two participants being Kairi Sane and Peyton Royce.[26]

On early 2018, Cross began a little winning streak, defeating Lacey Evans,[27] and Vanessa Borne.[28] On 17 April, her fellow stable partners Eric Young, Alexander Wolfe and Killian Dain were drafted to SmackDown as part of the 2018 Superstar Shake-up, thus leaving her on NXT as a singles competitor.[29] On 16 June at NXT Takeover Chicago, Cross faced Shayna Baszler in a match for her NXT Women's Championship, in which she was unsuccessful and was defeated by technical submission.[30] After a hiatus, Cross returned on the 8 August episode of NXT, defeating Amber Nova.[31]. On the August 22 episode of NXT, Nikki became involved in the Aleister Black attack storyline where she was revealed to be a witness as she was on the roof of the building at the time. When questioned the following week by William Regal about the incident, Cross claimed to know the identity of Black's attacker but refused to reveal it. At the end of the October 17 episode, she whispered the name of the attacker in the ear of a returning Aleister Black (unheared by the audience) while also claiming to know other secrets related to Velveteen Dream, Kassius Ohno, and Tommaso Ciampa. The following week, during the episode's main event segment, she was present in the ring when Johnny Gargano attacked Black, revealing himself as his attacker.


On the November 13 episode of WWE Smackdown,Cross made her in-ring debut accompanied by her teammates Sanity to face off Becky Lynch in a losing effort .

Other media

Cross made her video game debut as a playable character in WWE 2K18.[32] She was however omitted along with others from the 2K series the following year in WWE 2K19.

Championships and accomplishments
  • Pro-Wrestling: EVE
    • Pro-Wrestling: EVE Championship (3 times)[4]
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    • Ranked No. 24 of the top 100 female wrestlers in the PWI Female 100 in 2018[33]
  • World Wide Wrestling League
    • W3L Women's Championship (1 time)[8]
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  2. ^ a b c d "Nikki Storm". The Internet Wrestling Database. Retrieved 13 August 2016.
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  9. ^ a b Fordy, Tom (2 August 2016). "'We're not divas': Meet the Scottish WWE star leading the women's wrestling revolution". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 13 August 2016.
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  15. ^ Richard, Trionfo (19 October 2016). "WWE NXT Report: Nakamura Has a Message for Joe, The Dusty Classic Continues With a Strong Performance, Nikki Cross in Action, and More". PWInsider. Retrieved 22 October 2016.
  16. ^ Richard, Trionfo (11 January 2017). "WWE NXT Report: DIY Versus Revival for the Tag Titles, Almas Versus Lorcan, The Women's Title Picture Gets Cloudier, and More". PWInsider. Retrieved 29 June 2017.
  17. ^ Richard, Trionfo (28 January 2017). "WWE Complete WWE NXT Takeover San Antonio Coverage: Nakamura Versus Roode, Four Way for the Women's Title, Tag Title Match, A Former Champ Returns, Strong Versus Almas, and More". PWInsider. Retrieved 29 June 2017.
  18. ^ Richard, Trionfo (3 May 2017). "WWE NXT Report: Number One Contender for the Women's Title, Who Is Roderick Strong... Part 2, Burch vs Dain, and More". PWInsider. Retrieved 28 June 2017.
  19. ^ Roktim, Rajpal (21 May 2017). "Moon sidelined for 6 months due to injury". Sportskeeda. Retrieved 28 June 2017.
  20. ^ Richard, Trionfo (20 May 2017). "Complete WWE NXT Takeover Chicago Coverage: Four Title Matches, The End of DIY in NXT?, and More". PWInsider. Retrieved 28 June 2017.
  21. ^ Richard, Trionfo (14 June 2017). "WWE NXT Report: Video Packages, A CWC Veteran Returns to Full Sail, A Women's Three Way Dance, and More". PWInsider. Retrieved 28 June 2017.
  22. ^ Richard, Trionfo (28 June 2017). "WWE NXT Report: Last Woman Standing Match, Lorcan Versus Itami, Itami Versus Lorcan, and a New Announcer Debuts". PWInsider. Retrieved 29 June 2017.
  23. ^ Richard, Trionfo (19 August 2017). "Complete WWE NXT Takeover Brooklyn III Report: McIntyre vs. Roode, Asuka Versus Moon, AOP Versus Sanity, An Old Tag Team Reunites, A New Debut, and More". PWInsider. Retrieved 20 August 2017.
  24. ^ Richard, Trionfo (11 October 2017). "WWE NXT Report: Gargano Versus Almas, The Next Qualifier for the Women's Title Match, Burch Versus Sullivan, Dream Versus Rush, and More". PWInsider. Retrieved 12 October 2017.
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