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Nia Jax and Enzo Amore take their relationship to the next level - she’s Samoan Dropping his opponents during matches

The past year has featured encouraging signs for fans hoping WWE will allow more wrestling interaction between male and female Superstars.

It’s been a semi-regular occurrence in NXT since Nikki Cross and Zelina Vega showed up on the black-and-yellow brand, and James Ellsworth definitely broke the seal on SmackDown. The premiere of Mixed Match Challenge on Facebook last Tuesday wasn’t as strictly guy-tags-in-so-girl-has-to-tag-out as many feared. And the company signed Candice LeRae, the unofficial intergender tag champ of the indies, after it had long been rumored her history of brutal matches against men could keep her from a contract.

Now this, from Sunday, Jan. 22’s 205 Live house show in Poughkeepsie...

It’s a good sign for fans of intergender wrestling (or at least women getting offense in on men) and Nenzo shippers.

It’s bad news for Alexa Bliss, and anyone afraid that with Goldust competing on 205 Live, they just might put the Cruiserweight title on Jax.

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