Identity of Tony D and Stack’s New Female Family Member on WWE NXT

WWE has a lot of people in NXT who are just waiting for their chance to break out on NXT television. This week on the November 14th episode of NXT, fans saw a new member to Tony D’Angelo and Stack’s Family. Now, we know who they are using.

NXT kicked off this week with a tag team title change. Tony D’Angelo and Stacks won the titles from Chase U, as that stable is going through storyline to seemingly emulate Vince McMahon’s scandal. As Tony D and Stacks celebrated backstage, they had a new female accomplish.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that Anna Keefer is the new member for The Famile. She wasn’t given name on television yet, but she will apparently be around as Adriana Rizzo.

Anna Keefer, a former track star at the University of North Carolina, debuted this past week as a TV character on NXT. Her name wasn’t used but she was backstage with Tony D’Angelo and Stacks Lorenzo as part of that group. In 2022, Keefer placed 12th at the national indoor collegiate championships in the 200 meters and eighth in the long jump. At the NCAA outdoors finals that year she placed tenth in the long jump at 20 feet 6.5 inches. She did the SummerSlam tryout camp in 2022 and was signed off that camp and had just started at house shows



Only time will tell how this NXT Tag Team Tile run goes for Tony D’Angelo and Stacks. They will apparently have Anna Keefer along as they go on this ride. We will have to see if Anna Keefer gets involved in any angles, but she will be around, and is training at the WWE Performance Center.

Chase U lost those titles, and it’s anyone’s guess if they will be able to pull things together enough to challenge them. That being said, there is no shortage of teams ready for an opportunity in NXT.

What’s your take on The Family’s new addition on NXT? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

November 17, 2023 9:34 am

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