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You have their attention. With so much talent on the WWE roster, it can be difficult for wrestlers to find a way to stand out. One of the best ways is to do something during a match or a show that is not seen very often, as it can give fans a moment that they will remember. A WWE star seems to have done that with quite the impressive move, even if it was on a lower level show.

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Last week on NXT LVL Up, Sol Ruca defeated Valentina Feroz in a singles match. The match ended when Ruca went to the middle rope, did an inverted backflip and caught Feroz with a cutter on the way down. According to Fightful Select, WWE is said to be very pleased with the move, as it went viral on social media. Ruca debuted in NXT earlier this year and has appeared on NXT and NXT LVL Up.

You can see why. Check out Ruca’s huge move and some of her other NXT work:

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Opinion: Can you blame WWE for being happy with something like that? It is the kind of move that makes people turn their heads and want to see what they are missing. Ruca has instantly made a name for herself, which is more than several women in WWE are able to claim. Good for her for doing so well so far, and it will be even better when or if she moves even further forward.

What did you think of the move? How far can Ruca go in WWE? Let us know in the comments below.

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