Shotzi didn’t know she was going to be on 10/10 WWE NXT until 3 PM on the day of

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Shotzi will be back on the next episode of NXT to host Halloween Havoc. 

The week prior to night one of NXT Halloween Havoc, NXT on USA Network and AEW Dynamite on TBS went head-to-head

On the NXT front, one of the main roster talents that appeared on the program was SmackDown’s Shotzi. She guest appeared to announce that her and Scarlett would be hosting nights one and two of Halloween Havoc. 

Shotzi spoke to Adrian Hernandez and shared that she did not find out she was going to be on that show until 3 PM on the day of. She was doing a photoshoot as Pinhead when she got the call. She showed up to the Performance Center with that look. That was also one of Shotzi’s costumes for night one of Halloween Havoc. She then touched on the excitement she felt being a part of the 10/10 NXT. 

Oh yeah, that was definitely a special day (10/10 WWE NXT). Me and my fiancé were even talking about it. I actually didn’t find out that I was on that show until like 3 PM and then I got really excited. I was like, this is way last minute but I’m gonna let that slide because this is a huge show and I definitely wanna be a part of it… I was already like 20 minutes away so it was like, alright. But I was dressed as Pinhead because I was doing a photoshoot as Pinhead when they called me up and I showed up to the P.C. with pins in my face, just looking crazy and no one even batted an eye. They were just like, oh yeah, this is what Shotzi does.

Shotzi was in action on the 10/27 Friday Night SmackDown and picked up a win over WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Chelsea Green. 

Green and Piper Niven are scheduled to put their Tag Titles on the line against Thea Hail and Jacy Jayne on night two of NXT Halloween Havoc. 

If the quote in this article is used, please credit Adrian Hernandez with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription.

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