WWE star sets fans pulses racing in sleepy orange pixel underwear snap

One of WWE's most feisty female superstars has set her army of fan's hearts racing with her latest Twitter snap.

Zelina Vega – who is the newly-appointed manager of the Legado Del Fantasma group – took to social media overnight to show off a pre-bedtime picture.

Wearing an orange bikini-like underwear with a pixelated design on it, which is a homage to her avid gamer side, she was also spotted in a peach dressing gown and her more-traditional black hair.

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The snap, which was posted to her more-than 578k followers, was simply captioned: “ZzZz.”

Fans loved it, with many commenting on how "incredible" she looked, with others simply using the heart eyes emoji in response.

Vega recently changed her look when it comes to appearing on camera, as she now has bleach-blonde hair to fit Legado's Mexican Aztec gimmick.

She had recently taken a few months off screen, but returned in October to become the leader of the debuting group on Smackdown, alongside Santos Escobar, Joaquin Wilde and Cruz Del Toro.

The group had previously been a part of the NXT brand, with Elektra Lopez as manager, but she was replaced when the faction was called up to the main roster.

Vega has been a history maker during her time with WWE, as she was crowned the first ever Queen of the Ring, winning the Queen's Crown Tournament, with the final being held in Saudi Arabia in 2021 – she is known for being one of the best technical female wrestlers in WWE.

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She also won the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships with Carmella shortly after.

Vega, whose real name is Thea Trinidad Budgen, is married to All Elite Wrestling star Malakai Black – previously Alistair Black in WWE.

The 31-year-old, whose dad Michael was tragically killed the 9/11 terror attacks at the World Trade Centre in the US, began wrestling in 2010 at the age of just 17.

She made a name for herself during her time with TNA Wrestling – before it was rebranded as Impact Wrestling – from 2011 to 2013 under the name Rosita.

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She picked up her first mainstream championship with the company, winning the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championships with Sarita.

She was named the 30 th best female wrestling in the world in 2018, having joined WWE in 2017.

She was named as manager of Andrade “Cien” Almas, with the pair becoming firm fan favourites during their time together – despite essentially playing bad guys the entire time.

Vega briefly spent part of 2020 unemployed after being sacked for refusing to give up her Twitch streaming account, and showing support for the need for wrestlers to “unionise”.

She was re-hired around eight months later after much uproar from her WWE fan-base.

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