Lady Frost

Lady Frost Declares Her Participation In WWE 2K23

Lady Frost’s professional wrestling career has included brief stints with the WWE, Impact Wrestling, and AEW, though she currently competes on the independent circuit. She hasn’t been employed by any of them for an extended period of time. But it turns out that she has been working with 2K Sports as one of the motion capture performers for the video game “WWE 2K23.”

“Being a motion capture actor for this game was such a great experience! I’m thankful for the chance and want to hear from you guys about the movements you think I pulled off!”Tweeted Froster. It’s been a busy week for 2K Sports because they’ve made a number of announcements this week about the most recent version of their WWE game, including information on the John Cena Showcase mode, the soundtrack, and even exposing the game’s entire roster.

The release date for “WWE 2K23” is slated for March 17. Frost only engaged in professional wrestling once during her brief time with WWE, which also happened to be her first match. She competed against Asuka in a bout that lasted under 30 seconds on an edition of “WWE Raw” on March 26, 2018. Frost last appeared in professional wrestling on February 11. When she defeated Renee Michelle to successfully defend the WrestlePro Women’s Championship title at the Violencetine Day event.


She had previously participated in a few fights in the CMLL Copa Bicentenarios in September. The 37-year-old, who was placed No. 52 on the PWI Women’s 150 lists in 2021, requested a termination from Impact Wrestling last August but wasn’t given one until November. After being sidelined since August 2022, the former WWE “SmackDown” Women’s Champion made a comeback on the February 6 episode of WWE Raw. Where she defeated Piper Niven, Candice LeRae, and Mia Yim to qualify for the women’s Elimination Chamber match.

During her appearance on WWE’s “The Bump,” Carmella disclosed that she had jitters prior to her significant comeback. The amount of time that Carmella had been out was the longest. “The longest period prior to this was probably two to three months.” In my ten years with WWE, I have never missed a game or been hurt. I’ve never travelled before, so this is a first for me. So, I won’t deny that I was a little concerned.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.