"Tough" former WWE wrestler Gabbi Tuft emerges as a transgender

"Tough" former WWE wrestler Gabbi Tuft emerges as a transgender

- A WWE star Gabbi Tuft just came out as a transgender and it surprised everyone in the world

- In her Instagram account, she wrote certain posts that were truly emotional, with regards to her decision to do the transition

- She came out on IG and said that she was no longer afraid to say who she is

- She admitted that the previous eight months have been very hard for her but her wife and family have all accepted her for who she is

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WWE star Gabbi Tuft has just revealed to the world that she is a transgender. She used to be one of the most promising wrestlers in WWE until her coming out.

To highlight her action, she posted a photo of the tough Gabbi Tuft in the mirror and the now dolled-up version.

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"Tough" WWE player Gabbi Tuft emerges as a transgender

Photo: Gabbi Alon Tuft (@gabbialon)
Source: Instagram

On Instagram, she made a lengthy and emotional post about her decision to do the transition.

"I am no longer afraid and I am no longer fearful. I can now say with confidence, that I love myself for who I am," said Gabe.

Aside from her coming-out post, she also shared in another post, a heartfelt thanks for all the love and support that she has been getting.

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Gabbi Tuft is an American retired professional wrestler. Tuft is known under the ring name Tyler Reks.

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